Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Nan Madol Kayak Tour

nan madol pohnepeiAgain, most of the photos are going to have to wait, but I wanted to put a few up as a teaser. I'll have them all up by the end of the weekend, once I'm back in Saipan.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have a question, which is totally unrelated to this post. Who are the "Fotten Gaga girls", how did they get that name, and what do they do? Is that a club or what that they hang out in? I've seen tons of pics of them - and mind you, I like looking at those pics - but what's the story? I couldn't find said story anywhere on the posts, so I figured I'd ask.

The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

I can neither confirm nor deny that I know anything about the fotten gaga girls. Although I do have a hundred or more so photos. Should I post more? It's been about a year since I posted one.

ELSAVI said...

Uncle Angelo I'm so jealous! Please bring me back a shot glass that says POHNPEI on it. PLEASE please PLEASE! Find Bellarmine Helgenburger, take a picture with or of him. Also take a picture of my mom's grave for me and lay a flower for me. You know that road where the post office is, if it's still there, post office should be on your left side heading away from the airport on kolonia road, you will come across a little hill and i'm not sure if the satelite dish is still outside but right when you get to the curve on your right there should be a cable satelite dish and a grave somewhere next to it. It is visible from the road and it's on a more elevated ground as you come to the curve. thanks your the best!!!have fun!!!!BIBA MONUMENT!!!

The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

Could you have told me all this stuff two weeks ago when I first got here?

Anonymous said...

If you have hair on your toes and still don't know what a fotten gaga is it's way too late!

Anonymous said...

Please post more photos of Nan Madol. Truly an amazing place... and to think it was constructed without the help of off island contract workers.
Or was it?

The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

Wasn't it build by a people who invaded Pohnpei (who over time became Pohnpeian themselves?)

Anonymous said...

Hmmmmmmmmmm interesting response.