“We, the Voyagers,” Parts One and Two, win grand prizes
ANAHOLA — Since its global debut last summer, the Vaka Taumako Project of Pacific Traditions Society’s film “We, the Voyagers,” Parts One and Two, won international grand prizes and has been viewed around the world.
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Wow. Congratulations Wyeth. You may already heard the story of NASA sending a Rover to Mars. Obviously you already know where Mars is just by the topic. I just thought these seafarers were quite accurate in their reading of the stars to navigate the great Pacific Ocean. And congratulations to them too. Still with the history behind it are them, Tahiti. I’ve never been to Tahiti, but it is more commercialized and a bit smaller than Hawai’i. There are 189,517 people living in Tahiti. French Polynesia. I suppose anyone can go to Tahiti. Just show them a passport and you’re an okay guy or gal. If not, probably stuck in Tahiti until cleared by the security department for Tahiti. Or cleared by U.S. immigration. I would know how anyone can get stuck in Tahiti. Just play by the rules, and everything would be okay.
Congratulations!!! Recognition and money is really nice. Good work