SPOOKY CAVES AND RAIN DELAYS

October 18, 2020 ; 9:32 PM17°77’S, 177°38’E – Port Denarau Marina, Fiji Time is ticking until Gracie Girl’s haul out. So, despite a LOT of rain and head winds, we left Musket Cove for one more trip through the Yasawas to explore the caves we missed the first time around. On our way north, weContinue reading “SPOOKY CAVES AND RAIN DELAYS”

WHATCHA-MA-CALL-IT

October 2, 2020 ; 8:27 PM19°14’S, 178°53’E – Fulaga/Vulaga/Fulanga, Fiji Keeping track of the different villages, towns, and islands we visit in Fiji is much harder than in French Polynesia. Names are used multiple times (ex. Somo Somo) and many places have multiple names. Or, in the case of our most eastern stop, the nameContinue reading “WHATCHA-MA-CALL-IT”

SOMEWHERE, OVER THE RAINBOW (REEF)

September 14, 2020 ; 3:23 PM16°75’S, 179°90’E – Vanua Levu, Fiji Rainbow Reef is probably the most world-renowned dive spot in Fiji, featuring the famous Great White Wall. So naturally, not 24 hours after we dropped the hook, we were keen to be on the reef. The Great White Wall was unlike anything I’ve everContinue reading “SOMEWHERE, OVER THE RAINBOW (REEF)”

SEGA NA LEQA- IT MEANS “NO WORRIES”

I know you have all become accustomed to the high-quality blog posts from Kristen, our first mate, but she stayed with the boat to snorkel, kayak and relax without parents (hmm?) during our adventure to Turtle Island Resort.  So, you’re stuck with me. Admiral Anne and I enjoyed a two-day respite away from the partContinue reading “SEGA NA LEQA- IT MEANS “NO WORRIES””