Anchored just south of the heart-shaped island of Tavarua, within dinghy distance of the renown surf spots of Cloudbreak, Restaurants and Tavy Rights. Last evening, we had the pleasure of a striking orangey pink sunset and in the foreground of our visual, the silhouette of the spectator stands. In spite of the swell abeam, not a bad anchorage at all....added benefit is hearing the surf day and night....
Time for an update because we've been in Fiji awhile.
Staying protected from the gusting westerlies in this very civilized bay.
Time for an update!
We've been hanging around Noumea and Ilot Maitre since arriving in New Cal but with no wind forecasted for kiting, we're motoring around exploring anchorages we've not previously visited. Ilot Charron is surrounded by healthy coral, which is surprising given the lack of water clarity. Simply a lovely anchorage.
Even on this leeward side of Ilot Maitre, we have a bit of swell. Surprisingly, only 3 boats are here even though it's a 3 day holiday weekend. Must be because rain is forecasted but wind too, so the kites will be out....
Enjoyed Coffs Harbour the first of April and have enjoyed Southport since mid April. Starting to get cold here in Australia's early winter so it's time to head to the warmer clime of New Cal in a few days.
Enjoying uninhabited Fame Cove with four other boats. We watched a solo pelican fishing off the eastern shore last night while dolphins swam around our perimeter. This morning, kookaburras laughed us awake, crows and magpies joined in and we tuned into a unique orchestra of birdsong. Lovely, lovely...
Enjoying seeing the white sands of Jervis Bay.
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