This village is quite rural, the people eat what they grow, and only a few houses have any form of solar. And of course there are no motorized vehicles, or roads for that matter. There are just little footpaths that connect the different houses. There is not really a town, just a closer grouping of houses. There are only about 200 people here, and they are spread along about 3 miles of coastline.
Our anchorage is protected from the typical SE winds, but not from the East winds that we have now. It is also quite squally making the reefs always seem closer than they really are.
Soon we will head over to Tanna where there is an active volcano, and hopefully go exploring the hot lava.
It has proved to be super to have a refrigerator as we still have fresh carrots and cabbage from Samoa. Then of course there is the ice cream, which we still are loving!