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creative writing : sos!!! my name is sharni reeves i was sailing my yacht from great britain to japan when i encounted a hurricane storm my yacht capsized . I then woke up washed up on the island shores . ...read more.

Middle

one prominent marker of the island was an active volcano, this should narrow it down to a few islands that have active volcanos . I am managing quite well on water as there are lots of volcanic spring but not doing very well on food .My food sources are fish,coconuts and bananas, i have made a hut out of bamboo and palm tree leaves . ...read more.

Conclusion

please help as being isolated on the island is making me hear and see things !! I have now been stranded on the island for around six months and feel that everyone has given up searching for me. my parents names are : sally and simon reeves 7 hengist close eastbourne east sussex bn23 6tj please tell them i love them and i am alive ...read more.

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