This is the sunrise I woke to the first day I arrived. We got here late at night and so had no idea what our surroundings looked like. I was so excited for the sun to come up that I layed awake (on the sailboat!) waiting for it….and it was worth the wait.
I watched as the men quietly rowed out to sea to catch fish for the day. They stared at me as they rowed by, no wave, no smile…..I felt kinda awkward……why wouldn’t they return my waves?
Right Away we got to work on the Sailboat…..which needs ALOT of work! Bryan and Jeremy getting coolant and gas out of the holes of the engine block
Jeremy and Aimee cleaning the engine block from corrusion and lots of fibers left from the gasket. This is a hard job in the heat of the tropics!
Aimee, hard at work cleaning the aft berth
Cleaning the bottom of the Dinghy so it will go faster.
Eddie (The one in Red) the bouynt, fun Fijian who’s always looking for a good party, who will be sailing to Signapore with us and Kokai a local filipino who is an amazing Karaoke singer!
Driving here is crazy! This is one of the many interesting vehicles you see on the road….Just Getting here to this internet Cafe was an exhilerating moto ride.