Cost of Dining With Hannibal: Week 2

So what if you are missing an appendage? Perhaps you can recoup it at a body shop. In the meantime, that first course merely whetted Hannibal's appetite, fueling a trip clear across the globe to a strategic island nation that was once a U.S. colony. After landing in the capital the two of you whisk across the bay to a notorious peninsula famedfor its World War II POW march -- where they probably consumed rat, but surely not each other. Your march with Hannibal is long enough, from that peninsula north along the coast until you reach a gulf. Tucked within this gulf is a small island where you seek refuge -- although you know that the trek has made Mr. H hungry and you dread the consequences, even as you spy him sharpening his hunting knife.

So what's the name of the island you've landed on?

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