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There has been a lot of great sailing for me in the last 6 months or so but I have to put this passage up there with the best of them. After Late' (the last Tongan Island we encountered) dropped out of view, we had just under two days of excellent winds and seas right through to when we arrived in the Lau or Eastern Group of Fijian Islands. In this time we didn’t see another vessel or any evidence that the outside world still existed. ...
have been busy designing a vegetable garden, herb garden and flower garden,
this will hopefully mean in the future that less food will need to be imported
over from the main land.
The creative volunteers among us got
involved with decorating all the signs and notice boards required around camp
(we were limited to yellow, black and blue paint), one volunteer has been
amazing at weaving the palm leaves, so we now have various matts and fans ...
... some times at the beach, topping up the tan and enjoying the waves. Within our group we had Richard, the overly flamboyant but equally loveable Isle of Whiter who was travelling after leaving the Armed forces and would stop at nothing to deter flies from biting him. . Jana, the attractive German student who was very serious about her Vegan way of life, Talia, another German student who also had a dislike for the meat, along with Lily yet ANOTHER German vegetarian. Lewis, a German ...
... The last two days we were dropped off at our own deserted beach at around 1pm, with our fresh seafood lunch, and spent the next few hours reading, enjoying time with each other, napping together on the hammock, and walking on the beach. We were always amazed when we would look at the time and realize that 4 hours had gone by so quickly and it was time to get picked up.
Today is Sunday, and we were thankful ...
... we reluctantly acquiesced. The Fiji Air flight was great, 5 hours from Melbourne to Nadi, Fiji, and very comfortable (even with good food). After clearing customs in Fiji, we met our pilots for our 45 minute flight to Wakaya Island, on the same type of plane (a Caravan) that we were using for the flights to the various safari locations in Africa. It was very nice to be the only passengers on this flight, though, with no ...