Tuesday August 31-Day 29, today we parted ways with s/v Ohana. They need to stay in Indonesia till the end of September as they are waiting for medication for their daughter to arrive. It was a pleasure getting to know them, hopefully we’ll meet up again in South Africa.
Departed our anchorage by 11:00am heading out to the Timor Sea then west towards Lombok.
*Sourdough Notes* started a Belle loaf this morning, baked it at night during my watch. It’s nice and toasty down in the cabin!
Wednesday September 1-Day 30, Total nautical miles traveled 3543, 130 nautical miles traveled in the past 24 hours.
Thursday September 2-Day 31, Total nautical miles traveled 3802 , 129 nautical miles traveled in the past 24 hours.
Officially now sailing in the Indian Ocean!
Friday September 3-Day 32, Total nautical miles traveled 3954, 152 nautical miles traveled in the past 24 hours.
6pm we picked up a mooring ball near the dock. As we sit here we hear the sounds of prayers in Indonesian over loud speakers, loudly echoing across bay, in this Muslim country.
3999 nautical miles, 32 days, 7 nights we anchored, our passage from Denarau, Fiji to Marina Del Ray in Lombok, Indonesia.
8 thoughts on “Week 5 – Journey to Indonesia”
Beautiful! Thanks for sharing all of this!
Thanks for following!
Wonderful, love seeing this trip thru your eyes. Post more info about your Belle sourdough , very interesting.
I’ll blog about it.
Hi guys. Are you still sitting
Yes we are.
Was this the most stressful Sailing of the near 2 years? It was for me !!!
No the most stressful for was when we left California for Hawaii. Our first long ocean passage.