The following morning the weather was ominous. It starting raining and the sea became so rough, plans were being changed.
As the Sky started to clear up, the Governor and his crew members became aware of a small canoe coming towards their ship.
The messenger in the canoe was holding a letter from someone living in town and was begging the Governor to come inland. He was offered any supplies he and his crew needed, he politely declined because he couldn't leave the ships.
The canoe came again at noon and was more insistent, the letter included more offers, even a horse for the Governor to ride, he then decides to go inland with some of his crew men.
The Governor and his men walked through the village during the storm, interlocking hands so the wind doesn't blow them down, risking being killed.