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Unexpected Jungle Adventures – Sailing the Pacific Ep.39





We say sure to remaining led into the jungle by some kids with machetes, and sure to attending a standard dance effectiveness, despite it remaining on a remote island a 24 hour sail absent. We have uncovered to say sure to very much just about anything in the Pacific islands, it commonly prospects us to a one of a kind and distinctive encounter that we will don’t forget for the rest of our life. Sailing by the islands of Vaunatu in the south pacific has given us some wonderful reminiscences.

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Retain Strolling – Alvaro Angeloro – www.hooksounds.com – Inventive Commons – Attribution Inventive Commons four. license
Our time is now – Nick Petrov – www.hooksounds.com – Inventive Commons – Attribution Inventive Commons four. license
Americana Travel – Nicola Donchev – www.hooksounds.com – Inventive Commons – Attribution Inventive Commons four. license
Inspiring Motion – Nick Petrov – www.hooksounds.com – Inventive Commons – Attribution Inventive Commons four. license
Breaking No cost – Nick Petrov – www.hooksounds.com – Inventive Commons – Attribution Inventive Commons four. license

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28 comments

  1. I love your video!

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  2. All missionary's should have been eaten , bloody menace the lot of them

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  3. Greetings from sunny Florida.

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  4. Interesting the cultural differences between worlds. What is a toy in some parts of the world is dangerous and life-threatening in other parts. That squeaker the kids were playing with is an excellent way to get attacked buy one of the largest land carnivores on earth where I'm from.

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  5. The people make Vanuatu such a great place. They say it's the happiest country on earth!

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  6. Awesome!!! Great camera catches…thanks for sharing those great experiences. Love it!

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  7. 😄👍⛵️

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  8. You really glossed over the "taboo" they violated, almost making them sound like victims, when in fact, they were trespassing and told to leave, but insisted on heading inland to meet the chief. Hard to have any sympathy for hard headed, superior minded Europeans who can't follow other countries' laws.

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  9. Great videos…. One thing.. I've read your blog, watched some videos.. But cannot find what type of boat The Florence is ?

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  10. Easily the most genuinely watchable sailing couple. Can't wait till you get here to Australia and hopefully you swing by the Gold Coast.

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  11. Brilliant video, really enjoyed watching. Lots of great shots interesting and learnt a lot. Keep up the great work. Your editing is getting pretty awsome too!

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  12. Fantastic video guys, must have been really good to see the Rom dance for real. Brings back some great memories, thank you for sharing.

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  13. You found some kids that were very hospitable,that was nice and enjoyed a bit of culture.
    So glad you weren't on the menu😉

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  14. Your vids convinced me sailing dingy way to go. Bought it, now have to pick up in Maine. 10ft perry design. Do you have inflatable as well?

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  15. Fan-Bloody-Tastic well done guys another amazing vid well filmed and documented

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  16. Amazing stuff thanks for sharing your travels!!

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  17. 2,5k watchers, 0 dislikes shows the quality of your videos, one like more by myself

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  18. So wish I could have been there. best alternative is to follow your travels, safe journeys

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  19. As usual another great film! I've been chatting to some guys on the cruising forum and I am warming to the idea of transiting the Beagle Channel rather than using the Panama Canal. So I may have something different to show when I finally get going. Checking the route up to French Polynesia I fancied stopping at Easter Island but it seems to be only accessible by air which is a shame. Then there is Pitcairn Island which would be interesting to visit but the "harbour" there looks pretty scary! (https://bit.ly/2BhVGFR)
    I'd love to know who has salvage rights over that super-yacht

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  20. Great adventures. Vanuatu is on our list of destinations in the future. Love your tender – I've been trying to find one like it – who makes them?

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  21. what boat is this please

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  22. Thanks for sharing both of you. Wonderfully presented and entertaining.

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  23. You guys warm my heart everytime. Wonderful places, relaxed editing, educational, fun, interesting and human. Earthquake on Sea! Ancestirial remains, waterfall without water (in the dry Season). Doing Some paperwork and immediatly turn around for an 120 nm sail to the once a Year cultural festival. You truely are an inspiration! Wishing you fair winds from Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

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  24. Great video guys! We're really looking forward to visit Vanuatu and especially Ambrym. How much was the fee to watch the Rum Dance? Cheers, Malin and Johan

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  25. Amazing!

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  26. Looking forward to seeing the abandoned super yacht in the next episode.

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  27. "before they ate him!"…….Brilliant as usual, you guys really are walking the walk, you should be mandatory viewing for any would be round the world cruisers. Thanks from Chilly England.

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  28. Sweeeeet!

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