Here are some pictures.
Some of the islands are very poor. This woman on Lape was cooking dumplings in a very primitive kitchen.
George trying on a 'kiekie', a sort of decorative apron woven from pandanus palm fronds, which you can see drying on the line on the right. See also the Japanese aid solar unit. The Chinese aid mostly goes to solar powered street lights. US aid seems to go to reinforcing churches to double as cyclone shelters. Water tanks often have 'Australian aid' written on them.
The east coast of Kenutu
This and the ones below are 'High Dynamic Range (HDR)' photos. Over-the-top for some, but interesting for others. From the east coast of Kenutu, facing the Pacific and the SE Trade winds.
A Spanish restaurant on Tapana Island called 'La Paella'. A lot of fun; it featured a superb tapas meal, and a Basque guitarist called Eduardo.
A fale at a resort near Neiafu, close to where we had a lovely quiet anchorage.
George and street kids
Tongan girls on Utungake
Matamaka primary school
George teaching: 'Inside your head is your brain'
Dave processing kids photos
Matamaka ferry in the rain