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... ship I heard them say "that’s everyone". We went up on to deck six so that we could keep listening to the band and to watch the gangway come up. Considering what had been said as we walked on, we were very surprised to see a guest heading down it with one of the staff carrying his bag. He hadn’t noticed what time it was?
The rain pelted down as we did a giant loop off Nuku’alofa and set sail for Norfolk ...
... us, one little boy even had a Ukulele so multi talented. They were singing their little hearts out. We give a few dollars to help with their education, it's so worth it. The children do seem to enjoy the whole thing as much as we do so a fair exchange. We went on to have some lunch and to be entertained. As we arrived we could see a whole suckling pig being roasted on a spit. There were various things to eat (yes you guessed it) not ...
... holder in both cases. Very interesting. Linda tested the cake and crepes and said they were very good. Then we came back to the room to change for exercise. Linda got her Elliptical in and I got my 6 miles completed. Then it was hurry up to get to another lecture from a world renown speaker and author, Paula Smith, who spoke on the history of Tonga up to present. It appears to be the most uncivilized place but we're told the people are very nice. We'll Kayak once we get ...
... people before. Incidentally, I will be on the same flight with Jared and Debbie tomorrow night. And they will take some of my gifts so I won't have to pay the overweight charges. Well, I finally found this internet cafe. It's a little scary and dirty in here, but at least I can update this before I forget my first impressions. The next time I write will no doubt be in New Zealand and I will include the pictures then. So now we have Wahoo.
There were 10 yachts anchored off "Big Mama'" when we arrived and as I write this there are now 26 with more arriving each day. We are all watching the weather, doing the official clearing out dance, fueling up with duty free, and doing the boat jobs that are necessary before a passage. For many here the passage to New Zealand is quite daunting as everyone is well aware of our changeable weather.
We have been here a week now and are all ready ...