After more than 70 years of separation and loss of communications between members of a family born and raised on Taumako, a small reunion has occurred.
Mimi and Meph have just returned from two busy and productive weeks in Solomon Islands. Here are a few highlights:
The aim of the Malama Honua World-Wide voyage is to sail a thread of connection round the world and share stories of hope that will help us all Malama Honua – care for each other and our planet.
Highlights from Meph and Mimi’s Presentation at Kaua’i Community College 13 October, 2015
by Mimi George As “Gershon II” sails along the South African coast, I feel the part of what Genesis says is the meaning of Gershon – “a stranger in a strange land – always to be treated as family.”
Hokule’a and Gershon II Rounding the Cape of Good Hope by Mimi George
This photo of a small Te Alo Lili was taken by the Australian administrator of Santa Cruz Islands in the 1950s. The person sitting on it holding the steering blade is none other than Basil Tevake, the master navigator who demonstrated his skills to Dr. David Lewis during 3 inter-island passages on David’s yacht in …