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found pacific ocean
Vasco Nunez de balboa grew up in Spain in the part of Jerez de los caballeros. he lived a very happy life there until he they cut of his head
balboa was a child like most he probably wasn't rich until he became an explorer.
vasco da gama had a great life taveling the seas and discovering new thing such as routes .
many people have many goals in their life but some have many goals to help someone . goalof life means we we have a permanent goal in our life and have concentration on it only.butgoals in life have many goals in life for us for others .but it is the fact that many ofthem may not succeed.
Vasco Nunez de Balboa was an explorer off and on his entire life. He came to Central America in 1500, when he was 25, and stayed in the area until he died in 1519. Balboa is famous for finding a way to cross the Isthmus of Panama to get from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean.
what is dan's goals in life
Vasco da Gama lived with his family and his crew members most of his life.
Saint Cecilia's goals in life were to be totally converted to God.
to be a great guitarist and to be a great singer and dancer. Those are probably his goals in life
He is fufilling them as we speak...in fact his goals in life is the reason that he is famous now!
139 goals in his whole life in his career
what are some of oprahs goals in life
hes scored 40 goals!!!!!!!
Martha's goals in life were getting married and having children and getting married.
Goals in life are what you want to have accomplishe by the time you die. An example is to be a good person or follow God's will.
Islam goals of life is to please Allah(swt) by offering prayers and helping the needy.
He studied mathematics and astronomy.
Many different people have different goals for later life. This is a rather personal question and should not be answered completely.
Vasco Nunez de Balboa is a conquistador who is best remembered for being the first European to view the eastern edge of the Pacific Ocean. He also founded the first permanent settlement by Europeans in the New World. Over the course of his life as an explorer, de Balboa made two voyages. His first voyage was from the Spanish Kingdom to the isle of Hispanola where he tried to (unsuccessfully) settle. His second voyage took him to the Panama isthmus where he hid away on an ship to escape his debtors. Years later, after claiming the South Sea for Spain, he was arrested by the jealous governor of the colony and beheaded after a hasty trial.
Her goals were to help other people in life.