- published: 30 Nov 2012
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Ballade sur l'ile de wallis
The expansion and enhancement project is to allow larger cruise-ships to dock at Matautu and facilitate for more storage space for containers.
Wallis-et-Futuna est une collectivité d'outre-mer française située dans l'hémisphère sud. Son chef-lieu est Mata-Utu. Composé de trois principales îles, Wallis, Futuna et Alofi, l'archipel se trouve entre la Nouvelle-Calédonie et Tahiti. Il est localisé à 16 000 kilomètres de Paris et est situé en Océanie polynésienne (océan Pacifique occidental). Photos personnelles
Freely downloadable at the Internet Archive, where I first uploaded it. National Archives description "1) MS-Pan Unidentified planes pass.2) MS Natives in & rowing out riggor canoe.3) MS Outrigger canoe approaches tropical shore.4) GV B-24 blows up--good shot.5) GV Small lagoon, men swim.6) LS Tents on hillside.7) MS Lt. S.A. Sorenson approaches small lake.8) AVM Wallis Islands-SV.9) AV Church, air strip, roads, lagoons-SV.10) GV-Pan Native dance beneath palms, New Zealand & US troops look on-SV." National Archives Identifier: 76057
In Wallis and Futuna, located 500km north east of Fiji, much of the population don't know about the soon coming of Jesus. It's a message that the 17 baptised members of the only Adventist church in the island territory want to share with their fellow Wallisians. But they need our help.
Le parcours d'un vol arrivant à Wallis.
Waiting for the weekly flight at Niue airport. Departing passengers wait outside as the indoor area is converted to a pre-customs arrival lounge. Visit http://marklitraveljournal.blogspot.com for the stories behind the videos.
Review of Polynesian French colony Wallis and Futuna. Territory consists of three main islands: Wallis, Futuna and Alofi. The nature is stunning and they have the best canoes out there! wikipedia information, all details in there: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wallis_and_Futuna traditional canoe making (please, if anyone out there knows french good enough, send us english translation of this video. It would be much appreciated. We have no idea what they talk about in there.). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odH1fPVsBWc colorful traditional dance: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vz3UEL1Esc8 Anyway, kind of an important information, there was a reported accident back in 19th century, when cannibals from Futuna island ate the whole population of Alofi. Hopefully the situation has changed si...