Having, as before related,1 taken our final leave of the Friendly Islands, I now resume my narrative of the voyage.
The next morning I altered the course, steering more to the westward for the Friendly Islands.
But this beverage is prepared somewhat differently, from that which we saw so much of at the Friendly Islands.
This island is a high mountain with a sharp-pointed top, and is the north-westernmost of all the Friendly Islands.
They spoke nearly the same language as at the Friendly Islands.
They are not inferior in beauty to the Friendly Islands, nor are the inhabitants less ingenious or civilised.
Do you know that the Friendly Islands were raised by corals?
During this second visit Cook bestowed the name of Friendly Islands upon this group, no doubt with a sarcastic meaning.
Labillardire at the Friendly Islands, in the words given him for the high numerals, they are always to be suspected.
The yams of the Friendly Islands are excellent, and, when grown to perfection, keep very well at sea.