Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Savusavu Security and Getting Ready to Leave

 From the cold wind and waters of NZ we found Minerva Reef out in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
 We had great times with Jason, Meredith, Alene and Bruce playing wonderful music; in spite of the wind!
 Bodhram and Migration are blessed with this beautiful rainbow after the squall at Minerva.
 Enjoying our friends, Cornelia and Ed, on this exotic reef. What an amazing experience!
After sailing for another few days, Sidewinder ducked into the old capital of Levuka to check into Fiji.
 The sail from Levuka, Ovalau, to Makogai Island was calm and peaceful. Sailing at its best.

Sunrises and sunsets always help to ease the edge of  uncomfortable crossings. Nature is so awesome.

It has been wonderful spending the week in Savusavu, re-connecting with many friends and doing chores in preparation for our next journey to Taveuni. All is well here on Sidewinder. The pictures I am sending are from the Opua to Fiji crossing and  remind us that we did have some fun, in spite of the interesting weather. We have unveiled our new inflatable kayak and will send some pictures later if we get a chance. I am sure our new explorations will be even more fun in the kayak; now we have to figure out how to transport it while moving. Hmmmmmmmmm. Hope all is well on the homefront.  Love to all,  Suzi and David

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