We will be at our last stop today in Madagascar. We will probably stay a day or two and then leave when the weather looks good. We have been having some fun adventures on our way along the coast. At a spot called Honey Bay we went for a hike. We started off at low tide and had to wade in mud up to our knees through the mangroves to get to the beginning of the trail. The hills we hiked through were very dry and it was hot. Thank goodness the tide had come up so that on the way back we could ride the dinghies all the way out of the river. One of the other stops had some wonderful baobab trees on some very small islands. We heard about a particular baobab we should go and see so off we went in the dinghy. We eventually found it and it was huge. It was at least 7 of Barry's arm width around which we figured was about 14 meters or 42 feet or so, really massive. I will have to post pictures when we get to South Africa. The body of water between Madagascar and Africa is called the Mozambique Channel. Who would have ever thought that Barry and I would be sailing across the Mozambique Channel, bizarre!
I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving. We had our boat buddies, the crew of Mojombo over for a meal. There wasn't any turkey available but I did put some cranberries in the cous cous salad I made so there was the flavour of Canadian Thanksgiving as we ate our meal in Madagascar.