Our Life on Pacific Islands
If you over-shoot in the second, you can do the first...Assuming you were the pilot?
Martin - indeed, if you overshoot the runway you may end up in the drink - or in the trees.... :)But with 910 meters to work with, that is unlikely to happen.We were in a Britten-Norman Islander - a 1960s 8-passenger twin-engine prop plane. I was sitting right behind the pilot in this case. After he landed I commented, "ah, you've done that before", which made him laugh loudly. :)
Must have been a good laugh. Wish you had that landing on video!
Amazing videography... crisp, clear, and impressive...
Absence makes the heart grow fonder. Have a good one P.
Thanks laminar_flow. Long time. All the best.Interesting interview you posted on Fiji M.U.D. by the way - with Winston Thompson.
Delightful video. Must use it on Friday when we do a gig with elderly people in a nursing home. Beats lecturing them on Fiji politics! Pity about the soundtracka though - bit rackety. Could have used Fijian acapella singing instead, eh!
P & W - glad you enjoy the video.Nature beats politics any day. Sorry you don't like the music - I think it's nice. Singing might be too distracting I think and then the Tongans might want their input too. Ah well, there's always the option of no sound, which is closer to what the divers hear. :^)
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