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    Where next, the Falkland Islands? Name:  13e8d28ac2ae650e8e4e4b762836ee3b_320x320.jpg
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    Indeed Dave, but first a detour to Montevideo.


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    Whilst you are there, do not forget to visit the River Plate.Name:  02clhqv8gsh8o.jpg
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    And thence via the Falklands, to avoid Cape Horn.


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    And the Roaring Forties,

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    via Patagonia

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    and the Magellan straight to


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    Punta Aranas.

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    Thence to the Galapagos Islands perhaps? Name:  111.jpg
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    I had not considered a detour into the eastern Pacific, but since you suggest it off we go to ...........

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    And then Lima? Name:  1947918_873779669314481_4283216684904578869_n.jpg
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    Fraid not Dave. My sailing orders are for Tahiti.

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    On your Pacific Voyage to Tahiti is Captain Bligh going to risk a stopover in the Pitcairn Islands on the way?
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    Oh absolutely Dave.
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    Getting a bit worried as we near the Islands Dave.
    Something other than beer seems to be brewing Mr Christian.




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    Remember Tahiti is a "Magical Place".

    Where then, Tonga?
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    Can't see your attachments Dave.
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    Are they any better now, Rob?

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    Got them now Dave.
    Thanks.
    I will reposte tomorrow.
    Got a game to play now.
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    Finally reached Tahiti.



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    Breadfruit project underway.
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    I see a "Maka" beer from Tonga in an earlier post. I've actually tried it while holiday in Tonga a couple of years ago. While I'm pleased I drank a few, and helped the island economy, I can't recommend it. As an aside I was on the islands of Foa and Lafuka which are in the Ha'apai Island group. This is the island group where the mutiny of the Bounty took place.

    Tonga is made of three island groups, Ha'apai is the least developed and almost no tourists go there. Our highlight was without doubt snorkelling with humpback whales, it certainly was not the beer.
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    Mutiny sir! Mutiny. I'll have no talk of mutiny here.
    Breadfruit. That's what this voyage is about. Breadfruit and beer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bligh View Post
    Mutiny sir! Mutiny. I'll have no talk of mutiny here.
    Breadfruit. That's what this voyage is about. Breadfruit and beer.
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    Is it a little boat for you then Sir?
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    Seeing you are on the Pacific themes something from Raratonga

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    Now one from Samoa, not one I would recommend for its flavour.
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    However, when drunk with a fine view, such as that from Lalomanu beach, it can be rather rewarding.

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    To complete my Pacific Island theme I'll pop over to the island of Niue, population less than 1000 and no local brewery. Instead beer like all supplies are shipped in by a single container ship which arrives every 4 to 6 weeks. Everything is off loaded by barge and taken to the small jetty. Here was a ship being unloaded with beer, while we were there.

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    There was one aircraft per week in the tourist season when we visited three years ago. Tourists are allowed to bring a small quantity of canned beer in. Possibly important as the island has run out of beer on occasion.

    And to set the scene, a photo of one of the few places to swim, on the coast. The reef is right next to the rock island that is pushed up almost vertically out of the sea.

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    Below, where Captain Cook tried to land but failed. You can possibly see how deep the water is near the land. I swam further out in the bay, where the beer is being unloaded and perhaps a km from land, with whales. I was told the trench was 5km deep by the guide. Niue is just punched up from the sea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWR View Post
    Is it a little boat for you then Sir?
    And a hempen necktie for the mutineers.
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    Idyllic scenery there Keith, and now the breadfruit is loaded it's on to the Friendly Islands and homeward bound.


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    That is beautiful scenery, Keith.

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    The hands seem very restless but, on our arrival at Tonga we found this special brew.

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    Samoa produces several beers. Name:  6d3264ea50c60e7d13b546e46394d9cd.jpg
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    Samoa is all well and good Dave, but Tahiti was where my problems started. All those Dusky maids and beer!
    Last night Mr Christian led a

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    With my loyal crew but not even my


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    or a

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    Only four

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    And an old

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    To plot our course.


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    Well done, Rob! :) Did he let you have a sail?Name:  img_Rebel_-_Sail_Ale.jpg
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    Yes, but that extra sail of yours will come in handy thanks Dave.
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    Have you guys actually drunk most of this?!

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    I've drunk the few I've posted. Not always the very bottle (but some of them) but at least one of that kind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hjl View Post
    Have you guys actually drunk most of this?!
    Very little actually Hugh. That was not part of my original remit, but we have drifted so far from the original that it don't seem to matter now as long as it's booze related in some nebulous way to the sea.
    Bligh's adventure in an open boat will not have much further to run, although I suspect that the Mutineers will have. Look out for today's episode.
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    Today using nothing to navigate by but my

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    and the

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    we finally reached the

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    Where we replenished our supplies of

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    I have drunk none of them, Hugh. I am surprised that this thread has lasted as long as it has.

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    Oh! Bowmore! Now we're reaching my domains.

    One I haven't drunk but held in my hand to take the photo. "High coast"
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    We have now managed to negotiate the


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    and have set a course for



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    After 3,500 nautical miles in an open boat we have now finally left Timor behind and reached


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    From whence we take a

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    And finally

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    back to



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    Here endeth the tale of

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    Rob.

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    Is this 'The End'? Name:  Unibroue_lafindumonde_600.jpg
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    Of this adventure it is unless...........

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    What will Mr Christian do next?
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    He cannot have drunk much of that because Pitcairn Island only has a small population.

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    Apparently the only thing left on Pitcairn except for a few descendants is this old cannon.


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    If you want historic remains, try Easter Island. Name:  6596273097_a100649128_b_d.jpg
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    I did not even know that had any of the Bounty or mutineers artifacts on it Dave.
    What secret do you know?
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    Today's ale is......

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    You will see why when I post Saturday's action at Chez Bligh.
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    I do not know of any link between the Bounty mutineers and Easter Island but as we seemed to have exhausted Pitcairn Island, I would try somewhere else not too far away.

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    To be honest I am not sure where in the


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    The mutineers are but rest assured that as soon as i get back to England and inform the Admiralty

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    Will come.


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    Most likely a .........

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    But it will need to be a ........

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    Bligh.

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