Sailing Around The World

Marquises, Nuku Hiva Island Landfall

Ok, first all the french studying I did provide me with the knowledge that I suck at speaking french and I learned pretty much nothing. But I will keep at it and hopefully it will stick more in my head like my Spanish. I say that because the first response to a question I had in french I responded with Spanish, oops.

As we sailed into Nuke Hiva Island you could see tall mountains with jagged peaks that looked like the saw teeth of a shark that dripped with fog and clouds rolling down to the ocean. As we rounded into the bay of Taiohae I could hear loud drums being pounded and then the waves being crushed up against the volcano walls that opened up into a bowl that held the town of Nuku Hiva and the sailboats all anchored together. It was a emotional thing to see and hear because it didn’t look real. The colors are so bright, wonderful, and the landscapes are covered in waterfalls and sounds are just thunderous all around. It is just amazing here!

 

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2 responses

  1. Barbara Soumis

    Wow! The middle of the Pacific Ocean. Unbelievable pictures. So excited for you. Can”t wait to see more. Mom

    May 23, 2013 at 3:22 am

  2. j

    Cool. Mrs. Roy

    May 23, 2013 at 4:49 am