We received a duty free fuel and filled up 121 gallons at ~$3.15/gallon.
You have to Med-moor to the concrete dock and then drag the hose out to the boat. It was a little dicey as there was a decent swell running and there was a fair amount of surge close to the pier.
It took about an hour to complete; we were relieved once that was finished.
We then headed to Daniel's Bay to have a calm anchorage and hike to the famous waterfall there.
Mike, Katie and Al onboard Pangaea met us there for the hike
|Tom handled all the lines ashore|
|Managing the heavy fuel hose|
|On our way to Daniels Bay, Tom, JD and Rob went for a drag behind the boat, Sylvia cheerfully drove Shindig.|
|Another breakage: Run Capacitor on the water maker exploded. (Note: Miss Piggy, favorite egg timer, also perished a few weeks later)|
|Tom and Rob heading ashore at Daniel's Bay|
|JD and Mike, ready for adventure!|
|Picturesque river mouth|
|Walking up the ancient village road|
|Al and Katie|
|The gang posing with stone Tiki|
|One of many river crossings|
|Beautiful Valley views|
|Our first look at the waterfall|
|Dense jungle path|
|Translation: Danger, falling rocks!|
|More river crossings|
|Finally arrived at the waterfall and plunge pool|
|Making our way back to the falls|
|Tom blew out his flip flop. Al had some rope and Tom was able to fashion a fix.|
|Rob and JD. Feeling much cooler after a swim.|
|Eels in the river.!|