Port Clarendon is the former capital of an unsuccessful secessionist movement which briefly established the nation of Serriffe in both Lower Caisse and most of Upper Caisse (except for a small reef off Cocobanana Beach known as the Diacriticals). This dogmatically atheist government (hence the removal of "San" from the name) was driven from the island by forces loyal to national hero Antonio Bourgeois (for whom the country's only airport is named).
The port city can be reached by donqtuque on scenic Highway 1, now with dirt tracks running in both directions. Banana and pineapple freighters call frequently, and you may be able to arrange passage on these by bribing the dockhands in produce-importing ports around the region. Several passenger ferries have arrived successfully from Lower Caisse in recent years.
Longtime watering hole Vaclav Ricardo's Biergarten (37 Highway 1, Port Clarendon) remains a local favorite, despite intense competition from the new T.G.I.Fridays and Hard Rock Cafe across the street.
The booths at the back of Vaclav Ricardo's Biergarten are surprisingly comfortable.