Monday, September 26, 2016

Hanging Ten in Fiji
By Michael

Heading for the break.
We’ve spent the past two days tucked away in Natadola Bay, on the south side of Fiji’s big island. Beside the fact that it’s a beautiful little bay that we’ve got all to ourselves (ourselves and the InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa), Natadola Bay is home to some of Fiji’s smallest surf.

As new owners of two surfboards recently gifted to us by the former Exodus crew (¡Muchísimas gracias, Alex and Brenden!), and as the parents of two girls still interested in learning to surf after their lessons in Pago Pago, this is the place for us, at least now, as we make our way towards Suva and then back to Savusavu.

We’re actually on a bit of a mission to reach Savusavu.


Because we have big plans. I’ll release the info slowly in the near future. But things are coming together, I think.

For now, surfing.


Windy coaching her student.

Frances got up twice, but this is the closest picture I have.
I was in the dinghy and pretty far away, so good shots
were difficult.

Eleanor got up over and over, but this is the sharpest photo.

Del Viento waiting outside the break.

                                            Windy surfing.

1 comment:

  1. Hey Guys,

    Hope your travels are going well and the weather is cooperating for you.

    I just started following your blog and really enjoyed this surf lesson post! Do you all still have the Portland Pudgy dingy? If so, would love to hear what you think as you all are such experienced cruisers.

    Keep up the good work!

    - Ben


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