Tuesday, October 10, 2006

The last set of pictures

Checking out of Fiji in Lautoka

Jenny speeding toward the Malolola pass before the sun set

Leaving the mainland of Fiji behind us

It was rock and roll during our first couple of days aboard




Sunsets means a lot when you are doing a passage




Fresh fish makes good sashimi


Whales! - it is almost impossible to get good photos of them



Flying the Q flag together with the Australian (and the mainsail still looks good)


The last bottle of champagne to celebrate the birth of Dorian and Sally's daughter

It was a windy morning when we made landfall


Staying at the quarantine dock in Manly to clear into the country

Our friend Simon came with bubbly and seafood to welcome us to Scarborough

Well, Jenny's friends brought up the "a tomato for dinner" incident, so I had to make her a proper meal for her last night

4 Comments:

Blogger rob said...

Have you seen to the "Manley womens, swimming club"? yet:o)) Nice blog I really enjoyed your posts!

11:17 PM  
Blogger rob said...

OK1 Thats alright with me!

11:18 PM  
Anonymous Roger Goodman said...

All the blues are so blue, bluer than any blue I have ever seen before, bluer than the sky that covers the land, these blues that cover the sea. How my heart wants to sail with you and taste the blue all around me. Can a heart taste? Certainly. It tastes all good things. Can a color have taste? Certainly, but blue tastes different than the red/orange of a sunset on the sea's horizon as it sits atop the blue. The heart tastes all the nuances of color that God/dess gives the world, and the heart swells with gratitude. Thank you for your pictures. You helped my heart to swell with gratitude even "in the bleak midwinter" in Illinois, because you have made me see that even this is part of the great Creation of which we are the stewards..

Roger, Chicago

8:35 PM  
Anonymous Najam Jahti said...

That photo with the wave infront looks great

2:26 AM  

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