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2795National Geographic

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  • Bob Conrich
    Jul 10, 2014
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      Outstanding article from National Geographic Traveler that captures many
      of the things that I think are important about the people and the place:

      http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/tristan-da-cunha/


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      And from the official website:

      MV Edinburgh's Quick Turnaround

      MV Edinburgh unloaded quickly and loaded passengers the day after arrival on Friday 4th July from
      5pm and departed for Cape Town at about 7pm.

      Passengers were: Islanders Dilys Green, Ian Lavarello, Piers & Evelyn Hagan, Ches & Jeanette
      Lavarello, Norman Glass, Linda Lavarello, Elaine Mawer (after visiting relatives), Dr. Anja Smit,
      Holly Latham (Marine Biologist) and Victor Cinamon (Water Contractor).

      The prompt turnaround means MV Edinburgh is close to the original schedule after leaving Cape Town a
      week later than planned. The vessel's next trip is the first extended fishing trip of the 2014/15
      season scheduled to leave Cape Town on 20th August and return on 22nd October.


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      Postage stamps commemorating World War I:
      http://www.tristandc.com/po/stamps201415.php



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