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... more Friends come over..... very nice Day being able participate in the Live of one the few People living here on the Island whit a Population of only 1800 conditions are conductive to long and healthy Live. I learned that the many neatly Planted Pine trees in an exact Distance to to each where on the Road going to Emily Beach I was wondering about where planted after the First woman reached 100 years of Age and this was 45 Years ago and ...
... will past way to the east.
I will watch Pam's path closely and my escape rout would be to Australian Mainland if it becomes necessary.
For now Im enjoying the Norfolk Hospitality.
Cycled up and down the Hills went to the Capt. Cook outlook on the Northside of the Island
and then Swimming on the Southside on Emily Beach.
I feel like after ...
Sunday 12th October Day 7 Dravuni Island, Fiji
This is the first stop that we are looking forward to, and we’re not disappointed from what we can see from the ship. Dravuni is a very small island at the northern end of the Kadavu Group (the main group of islands we didn’t visit in 2003, as we ran out of time, and they were hard to get to), and is south of Suva, which is on Fiji’s principal island, Viti Levu. Dravuni has a population of about ...
Thursday morning, a beautiful day. Norfolk Island has one cemetery, located at Kingston, on the shores of the aptly named Cemetery Bay. Burials have taken place here from the period of the first settlement to the present day. We spent hours studying the headstones that record convict revolts, the lifestyle and causes of death including women and children. The Pitcairn section has the graves of those who settled here in 1856. This must be one of the most ...
... their Polynesian wives were thrown together on Pitcairn. they took elements from one another's languages to develop a new one. They brought this amalgam of 18th century English and Polynesian with them when they migrated to Norfolk Island in 1856. To this day, when they are amongst themselves, they use this language, now called simply 'Norfuk'. Here are some examples -
Bussup - Broken in pieces
Car-do - No Good