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The Dangerous Archipelago II

  Well, the Dangerous Archipelago certainly lived up to it’s name.  While we were in the middle of the bank shenanigans we posted about last week, we all had a rude awakening of just how tenuous our relationship with the sea is.  If you recall from my post on the Tuamotus, I talked about the …

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June in 1 Moment a Day

June began in Nuku Hiva with new friends and awesome hikes.  We traveled through our last stretch of the Marquesas to the island of Ua Pou and then had a longer than expected passage to the Tuamotus atoll of Kauehi and then on to Fakarava. Videos are uploading to Youtube better than the blog, but …

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The Dangerous Archipelago

We have arrived in paradise. Just plop an image of Banyan into that classic scene of paradise in your mind; aqua blue water, white sandy beach, thin strip of low lying land full of palm trees, fat coconut crabs running around and water full of exotic fish. We are there. Our four day passage from …

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