S: Sailing Around The World: A Diary
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FC: Sailing around the World: A Diary
1: Navigator: | On our way across the Atlantic we saw many different animals than back in our home-land. | Across the Atlantic
2: ainy. | Are we there yet? | Ship that we will sail on.
3: "This voyage is hard, but there is great reward." -Queen of Deyonia | May 16th, 1600: a diary entry from the Navigators I feel like we have been traveling for years although its only been a few days. Were stuck out here waiting for a sign of land. Anything, everything. It's hard out here. The sea is unpradictable, changing at any second. I miss my family. The most commonly asked question is, "Are we there yet?" Sometimes I don't even know. I know we are traveling in the right month, and we have picked a wonderful place to land, but I don't know when we will be there. I've got to go. - Edward
5: June 18th, 1600 Diary entry from the Naturalist: I see hopes of land. I've been seeing small birds flying over the small ship. There is also a small leaves drifting out to sea from an unknown source. I know we must be approaching Ambergris Caye. The water is also not as deep as it once was. I know we will be there soon. Wait someone just called "Land"! I have to go. Randle Smith
6: We're really here! | Ambergris Caye | There are a lot of manatees at Ambergris Caye
7: June 20th, 1600 An entry from a Naturalist We found land! The animals here are amazing! The animal life is so diverse. It's beautiful! I can't believe we really found land. I can't wait to find the Fountain of Youth. We're really here! Well got to go! Randel Smith
8: The natives were called the mestizos, creoles, Mayan, and garifuna Indians. | Indians on Ambergris Caye
9: Indian Tribe of Ambergris Caye | Ambergris Caye Shore
10: Looking for the Fountain
12: Name: Ocelot Location: Animal Reserve | Exotic Animals on Ambergris Caye | Name: Quetzal Location: Local Jungle
13: Name: Morpho Butterfly Location: Local Jungle
14: Animals that roam the water. | Barrier Reef
15: More Animals on Ambergris Caye
16: The view from the ship when we first saw Ambergris Caye.
17: Ambergris Caye | Local Waterfall expected to be the Fountain of Youth. | The island really has a very beautiful landscape.
18: The view out to the ocean from Ambergris Caye.
19: September 1st, 1601 Journal Entry from the Navigator The island is beautiful. There are small streams with fresh water everywhere! The land is beautiful and we have only been here for a few months. I wish we could stay here forever. Hopefully soon we find the fountain of youth. Edward
20: Destination: Ambergris Caye
21: Traveling around the world. | May 6th, 1601 Journal Entry from the Navigator We finally arrived at Ambergris Caye. We've been here now for a few weeks. We haven't run into any natives yet, and we don't plan to. The island is amazing! There are beautiful plants and animal life. Well we've go to go. Edward
22: Ambergris Caye
23: May 20th, 1601 ___________________
24: The island's barrier reef. . .
25: June 18th, 1601 Journal entry: Naturalist Most people think of the barrier reef as a problem on the sea. I have found many exotic animals, fish, and plants growing on this amazing wonder.