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For the last 300 years the small island of Floreana in the Galapagos has been an unofficial post office for the world's sailors. Whaling ships and war galleons alike would drop off their mail on Post Office Bay. There, in a whiskey barrel, the letters would wait until picked up by a home-bound ship.
The tradition continues today. Now, in our modern world of e-mail and texts, Post Man Bay remains a beacon of a time gone by, but not forgotten. Today modern travelers to the Galapagos put their letters into the barrel and search for one addressed to where they are going home to. When they find one, they take it out and agree to deliver it- by hand.
Our journey will take us to the Galapagos to grab a satchel full of letters and then across the world as we delver them, and their stories, by hand.
We will be filming the journey along the way and sending word back to the world through video.
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