Having been hustled and bustled around Port Vila and surrounds on shopping trips and tours for 12 hours, the passengers are now on the back deck with a beer and a champagne saying goodbye to the lights of Port Vila, and musing to each other - what was the name of that place again!? (Photo courtesy of Glen Craig)
One of the locals borrow Greg's custom built outrigger canoe to get some dinner from the fringing reef. You can tell it is custom built for "the white man" as it has 3 outrigger supports instead of 2 - thus making it stronger but severely limiting the ability to stroke on the right hand side. (Photo courtesy of Glen Craig)
An inter-island package sitting on the counter at the domestic airport waiting to be picked up. Scenes like this one are amazingly common with lots of livestock carried onto the Twin Otter aircraft! Not sure if the chicken knew the comedy of the situation - possibly had other more serious things to think about!
Once upon a time the Chinese invested in a fish processing factory at Pelekula, Espirito Santo, now all that remains is a crumbling wharf and the odd wreck. Nevetheless it is a beautiful place to visit.
Over 100 photos of the Rossi and the people who were there 1998-2005 in a beautiful hard back book. A must for anyone who wants to remember the Rossi or reflect on the history of "La Tentation". Click below to preview.