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Vava’u Tonga, Not only is Vava’u a cruiser’s paradise, the islands and barrier reef of this group make for some fantastic diving. One does feed into the other. In order to get to the dives sites you have to be … Continue reading
Toau, Tuamotu, French Polynesia We arrived in Toau to find two really nice guys in an outboard who guided us into the 10 boat anchorage they had set up near the “village.” Why is “village” in quotations? Just wait for … Continue reading
Toau, Tuamotu, French Polynesia When we look at those words up there and realize that we could be putting those letters together at random for all the good it does describing our location to you. We can tell you exactly … Continue reading
South Pass of Fakarava, Tuamotu, French Polynesia Did you know that when Sharks get into large groups (say like 50 plus) they school, like fish? So we learned something new today. More of that in a minute, let’s get down … Continue reading
(Continued from previous post… Tahuata, French Polynesia) As we continued to travel north along the island to our next anchorage, Hanatefau, reportedly the 3rd prettiest in Polynesia, we saw some spectacular waterspouts along the shoreline. Upon arriving we found that … Continue reading
Our post filleting fish!
From fish to dinner!