|Sand spit disappearing...|
|Life is a beach!|
Fellow cruisers had told us about the uninhibited islands of Navadra and Vanua Levu.
Uninhabited except for the goats and the big fruit bats!
The islands are connected by a sand spit at low tide - pretty cool with waves crashing on both sides.
It was all beautiful and we had it to ourselves – most of the time.
We anchored in a great sandy spot and there was beautiful snorkeling right off the boat – we could see our anchor at 45 feet!
|Touring the bay|
Plus, the sand on the beach was so soft. You just have to find the pass thru the reef and watch the waves. Piece of cake – once you figure it all out!
|Squid checking out our Flopper Stopper|
So far, it seems that the Yasawa islands are subject to rolly anchorages.
That was true of this bay also, so Doug deployed our Flopper Stopper for the 1st time. As much as I complained about it – it works!
They stopped by later delivering fish – for the matches – Vinaka! Totally unexpected and so very nice. We hope to meet them again.
|Sunset on the Tiki|
We only spent 3 nights, but it was wonderfully relaxing and we look forward to coming back soon.
|Beautiful day at sea|
Plus, we scored our first Walu on the way back to Musket Cove – big enough to share with our neighbors.
Doug was so excited and the Walu was very tasty.
Hope to catch more.
|Yahoo - Walu!|
We have company coming next week . Yeah!