Sailing through the 3rd largest lagoon in the world and searching for lemurs, there is plenty to see and do in Mayotte as we wait for a suitable weather window to continue sailing our ocean passage to South Africa. Mayotte is an unexpected mix of French and African culture, combined on a small island in the Indian Ocean.

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1 thought on “An UNEXPECTED STOP in Africa”

  1. My wife and I have been watching your videos during and after dinner for the last month since we first discovered your videos. We are amazed at how well produced they are. The photography, music, editing and narration is very high quality, matching and surpassing many professional studio produced documentaries. You are more than welcome to use any of my instrumental music from my album “The Judge at E” for background music in your videos if you need some. It was produced to match the movements in equestrian dressage freestyle programs. I would you send you a copy but that seems impossible, so here is a link to it on Amazon:

    We’re glad you were not in Tonga this last week after the volcano erupting. We really love all of the rare wildlife you film. I think whenever you return to England the Queen should Knight you both. Not sure what a woman Knight is, but Amy deserves it. Because you both, I am sure, have made England proud.

    We would also like to tell Amy to cheer up!

    God Bless you both,

    Tim and Janet
    Traverse City, Michigan USA


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