33. The Adventure of Hanuman
Before leaving, Rama gave Hanuman a ring. If he could meet Sita, the ring was a proof that Hanuman was the envoy of Rama.
Then, Hanuman went south. Day and night, tirelessly he jumped from one tree to the other. As an envoy, he wanted to conduct his duty as well and quickly as possible.
After arriving at the South Ocean, the sea hindered him. As the son of Lord Bayu, he meditated to ask for help from the wind to bring him to Langka Island. A short time later there was a hurricane and Hanuman was lifted into the sky and was flown to Langka Island. Upon arriving on the island, he walked slowly or jumped from one branch of a tree to the other, so that his arrival would not be noticed by the giants who inhabited the island.