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Thursday 12 June, Day 18.
We have arrived in Savu Savu, which is a small town on the south coast of Vanua Levu, Fiji's second largest island. We sailed right past Suva, our next port of call last night, so we will back track once our visit to Savu Savu is complete at 8.00pm tonight. Vanua Levu has a population of 300,000 which is a third of the total for the Fiji Islands. It is very rural with much more of the native ...
... on a billy billy (raft). Salle cried when the girls hugged her and said goodbye for the last time.
Sunita, Ted and Sekelly all work for Roy and Lisa. Sunita cleaned and cooked for us every Monday. The kids loved sitting on the floor with her and rolling Roti and her curries were incredible! Ted took us fishing twice and treated the girls like royalty. This was an experience we will never forget.
... and then just went around the few shops. Then we booked our last bit of accommodation in Fij :( We don't want to leave Fiji as it's so beautiful, but we are looking forward to NZ and started trying to plan out what we are going to do there this evening.
... next morning, the sun was shining and we were determined to start our trek north to Fiji. About eight other boats in the marina had the same idea and we all cleared out with Customs and were on our way. The weather forecast looked like we would have about two days of very light air before the winds were strong enough to kill the engines and actually sail in what was predicted to be perfect trade winds. Well, this only lasted about 24-hours. ...
... of buckets loads right down into the cabin. It all took just a few scary seconds and then it was all over. The boat stopped, righted itself and in an instant picked up the rhythm of the swell again.
Poor Rick had been asleep in the forward cabin and first got rolled onto one side and nearly tossed out of his bunk on the rebound. Had he been sleeping in the cabin he would have had a rude awaking of a bucket of water in his face. The auto ...