The snapper cubera we caught trolling out to the reef
Squid hanging out by the chain. They like to hang out by our chain for some reason. I have the squid jigs to try to snag them, but we've been warned that their ink stains the gelcoat and there isn't a great way to get them aboard without getting ink on the boat. So we have bypassed the calamari.
When we got to Ono and the Astrolabe Reef, we had to do a scuba dive. the prices were right and we were soooo glad we did. We had an awesome dive in underwater caves, chasms, tunnels, and through and around rock formations. A pod of dolphin followed the dive boat back to the anchorage, too.Karen and Jason on dive boat after our dives at Alacrity Rocks. Awesome!
Karen and Jules on the rickety bridge on Ono. You really don't get a perspective of just how scary this crossing was--each of the metal 'boards' bounced with each step we took, so only one person at a time could cross.
Men and their knives. Men go almost nowhere without their cane knives in hand. It would be like walking around town with a machete.
Locals on the rickety bridge. They did admit that they sometimes have too much kava and fall into the river below.
Semi with the dogtooth tuna we gave to Sirius. That's the boat owner, Mike in the background and we had lots of fun times on their catamaran.