Posts in category Penrhyn

Pictures from Te Tautua and Broken Pa...

Pictures from Te Tautua and Broken Palm Island, Penrhyn
Unbelievable! We caught an internet signal a mile away from the village out at our secluded Broken Palm Island! The internet has been down for a week but the supply ship came in yesterday and they fixed the wifi. As a result, here are some pics of the past week: Anchored off Te Tautua village Waterfront in the village Asian feast with Ruby fr [...]

Paradise Found at Broken Palm Island,...

Paradise Found at Broken Palm Island, Penrhyn
I couldn’t stop smiling all day yesterday. I had the best day since last season when we were anchored in Toau in the Tuamotus. I’m in my element and am once again living the dream as I imagined it. Life is beautiful today. We are anchored in the lee of a picturesque, palm-tree covered, uninhabited motu. An expanse of shallow fine [...]

Life in Penrhyn Island

Life in Penrhyn Island
Peace and tranquility have been found and island time restored. The anchor is buried a foot deeper in the same spot we dropped it off Te Tautua village. The toys are all out: dive gear, sailing kayak, paddleboard, dinghy. The fort is in full force: shade tents, dive compressor, hammock. Rest has been had. Boat projects are being crossed off t [...]

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