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Cyclone Season is OVER!!! Right??

Earlier this week the Captain left his First Mate in charge, whilst he flew back to Australia. Now that we’re into May and officially out of cyclone season here in the South Pacific, we figured this would all be just fine.

No sooner had his plane taken off than the first cyclone warning hit my email inbox! Woah!! And here we all were busily watching TC Donna as she wreaked havoc in Vanuatu and New Caledonia, when sneaky TC Ella started to form with a vengeance heading straight for Fiji! TC Ella

Fortunately, with good friends (with plenty of experience sitting through cyclones) on hand for both assistance and advice, I settled in to follow the weather reports and relocate to a safe position to head into the mangroves, should the need arise. TC Ella #74

Whilst the predictions for TC Ella have improved again this morning (for those of us in Fiji) we cannot be complacent, as anything could still happen over the next 2 or 3 days…..

Meanwhile I am happily enjoying the beautiful weather (calm before the storm?!) and listening in to some wonderfully inspiring conversations on the Hay House World Summit 2017.

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No doubt these conversations are helping me to maintain a positive focus at this time and I can highly recommend selecting any that interest you and listening in whenever you have a chance. All the initial conversations are still available and new ones are being added today with more next week. The Summit runs until May 23rd, so you still have plenty of time to be INSPIRED :)

Enjoy!

Smileys

Family Fun in Fiji! (Part 2)

After a week onboard with us, we dropped the family off at Port Denerau, where they got a taxi down to the Shangri-La Fijian resort on the Coral Coast. They had never experienced a resort holiday and all the various activities and huge buffets that go along with it, so we made a plan to join them there after a few days.RIMG3282

En route, we stopped off at the Robinson Crusoe resort, as we’d heard it is very cruiser friendly and puts on a great fire and knife dance performance. We had hoped to have the family come and join us there for the show, but it was a 30 minute taxi ride away, followed by a 45 minute boat trip making it a late night for the girls, so they decided to make the most of their resort activities instead. We enjoyed the show very much, and we also explored the river systems near to the Robinson Crusoe resort. More photos here

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During the few days back together with the family, we explored the nearby mangrove creek, enjoyed dinner together at the resort and lunch together on the boat. The girls decided they wanted a sleep over with Babu & Bibi on the boat (I think it may have been Mum & Dad’s idea for a peaceful night at the resort really 😉 ) but it was a lot of fun and in the morning we all went to the beach for a swim and to play frisbee with the boys. The girls went off for more activities, SUP, swimming in the pool, making & racing coconut boats at the kids club and making tie-dye shirts. Then on their last day we took the bus to Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park and hiked the trail up and over the dunes, down to the beach and back through the Mahogany forest.

What a great time we all had and we look forward to seeing them all onboard again soon!

And on our way back up to Malolo to catch up with friends, we caught 2 of our biggest yellow fin tuna at the same time! 15+kg each – so it was fresh sushi for the cruiser’s Pot Luck Supper at Musket Cove that night! Photos here

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Oh, and if you want some inspiration to live the life you’re meant to live, here is a link to register for the awesome Hay House World Summit that will be available online FREE to enjoy between 6 – 23 May! Enjoy :)

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