Tagged With: Hokule’a
July 16 – 17, 2014 We had not planned to stay in Fare for the first 14 days that we did, but in addition to all of the Heiva festivities, we learned that the Hōkūle’a, a Polynesian voyaging canoe whose crew only navigates by the stars and the waves, was expected to arrive soon. The leg sailed … Continue reading »
“In order to be a Navigator, you have to be fierce” ~ Mau Piailug Throughout our time in the Pacific, we have crossed paths with the Hokule’a and the many people involved with her. She has managed to intertwine herself into our lives, and has become a fascination and a love. Watch “The Talk … Continue reading »
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