- The images on this Web site were taken during
an Oceania voyage
- which followed the route of Captain James Cook.
- Young women of Rurutu in the Austral Group
weave mats from pandanus leaves.
- The long stiff leaves are cut from the tree,
dried, soaked in sea water,
- dried again, then cut into long strips of
A large Fijian kava bowl.
A mother and daughter at home in
- Left: The canoe still remains one of the
main forms of transportation throughout the Pacific Islands.
- Right: The volcanic cliffs of Fatu Hiva
plunge into Hanavave Bay, Marquesas Islands.
Two beauties from the Cook Islands.
A large wooden carving which
decorated the stern of an Austral Islands canoe.
- In Hawaii, a large statue of Lono stands twice
human size in an ancient
- sacred place of refuge for breakers of tabu, or
anyone else in danger of death.
Postcards and Picture Galleries from
- Jane's Oceania Home
Micronesia Home Page
- Jane's Pacific Islands Radio (33K)
- Jane's Pacific Islands Radio (28K)
Pacific Islands Radio Stations
- (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org -- Rev.
30th October 2010)