Wednesday January 6, What a day for the history books!
We returned to Taiohae Bay this morning. Went ashore had lunch with John and Bev on s/v Dandelion, our new friends who are from South Africa. They gave us good Atlantic Ocean crossing advice, hopefully places will be open a year from now.
The afternoon was spent updating the blog with slow internet. Also stopped at the farmers market to pick up a few vegetables.
Thursday January 7, our friend John, who dives, replaced the zincs on the bottom of our boat this morning.
Boat inside cleaning day, as well as updating the canned food inventory.
Friday January 8, we provisioned a little today mostly produce, found a canned ham to try, and bottled water.
Heading out to dinner tonight with friends, going to the local food truck. Also known as the take out. All the food is served in plastic to go containers.
Saturday January 9, we are preparing to leave Nuku Hiva tomorrow, going to the island Ua-Pou. We went ashore this afternoon to update our maps, stronger internet.
6 thoughts on “Four days”
On Friday, did you ask the Food Truck for an English Menu ??? Safe Journey to Ua-Pou.
I know enough French to figure it out. Plus the owner speaks English.
Thanks for the update. Happy Sailing.
Enjoy & Be safe. 🙏
We always look forward to your adventures. It’s cold and gray in the “hood”. You’re soooo far away,-safe sailing.