Monthly Archives: August 2019
Perceptions of Paradise
Are we not all fortunate that the human race is so different, with different goals, ideals and perceptions. Take Paradise for example, we all have our own perceptions of that, although for most people it’s typically connected to some beach or vacation. I spend about five to six months a year sailing the Pacific, and […]
Trip Up Mount Yasur Volcano, Tanna
Tuesday 20th August 2019. We (meaning me, Bob, Glenn, Paul, Trish & about 25 other yachties) took the dinghy across to the yacht club here in the bay of Port Resolution, on the island of Tanna (Tanna means ‘Earth’ in Tannese), to meet Stanley, who runs the yacht club, and who had also organized […]
Beauty & the Beast!
Still in the lagoon at Falaga. We moved anchorge today from, what I shall always remember as ‘Mosquito Bay’, to another bay in the lagoon, that I shall think of as ‘Mini Conch Bay’. Once safely anchored, we took the dinghy ashore to explore. This beach was so much nicer than the slimy mud flats […]
On To Falaga, Lau Islands, Fiji
Having spent almost 13 years living on Crazy Daisy, and having visited some of the most beautiful and isolated parts of the world, I’ve become a little hard to impress when it comes to Islands, after all they’re just Islands. Palm trees, white sand beaches, turquoise blue water, what’s not to love, but at the […]
Oh For Water!
Our first few weeks in Fiji it seemed as though there was more time spent on fixing the damn water-maker than there was out having fun and exploring! Bob replaced all the water-maker hoses on Daisy in 2017, upgrading them to new tougher hoses, with a higher psi than was actually required, but, as they […]