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A Royal Navy Captain made his 3rd and final exploration here. He nicknamed it and its relatives after 1st Lord of the Admiralty who sponsored his voyages here, also the namesake of a food item I look forward to on my return to Earth. Name it!
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Captain James Cook named the islands after the Earl of (Sandwich). We today call it Hawaii the big island! Enjoy your sandwich back home.
this island is the Hawaii where the navigator Captain James Cook, explored and cartographer of the Royal Navy died on February 14, 1779 in a fight with the Hawaiians. The islands that form Hawaii is historically known by the name of Sandwich Islands.
Sandwich Islands was a name given to the Hawaiian Islands by James Cook on one of his voyages in the 1770s. James Cook named the islands after John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich, a supporter of Cook's voyages.
I wonder why he called it sandwich island..it looks like a chocolate souffle' gone wrong
This is the Sandwich Island.....I can send you one with cheese and ham...
Amazing I would call it humm wolf :D
It is a beautiful photo of the Sandwich Island which is famous for having the largest penguin colonies in the world.
Like Shinmoedake, where 'dake' is something honorific indicating mountain. Don't say Mount S.
Natives speak it Hawai-i and i wonder if that last 'i' is for island, like 'ø' in dansk ? Mau-i
good morning. how about this lettuce sandwich?! ;))
SANDWICH changed to HARVEYnow called HERVEY
Oh, impressive&beautiful, thanks! I wish you'll find the most delicious 'sandwich' of the world, waiting for you at your landing in the steppes of Kazakhstan, Commander :)
thanks for great photos love it BILL
The hair line of the lava looks like "oil painting"... :-)
Fantastic! Thank you.
Waoh ! thank you very much Kelly for a gourmet like me this time it's easy : capitain cooke !
what a beautiful picture! Thank you.
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