Sailing in my Sarong Around the World

Also Lati's adventures from the Caribbean to the Med

The Adventures of Linda and Captain Underpants!

Who: Linda and Bill Anderson. To buy our books 'Sailing in my Sarong' or 'Salvage in my Sarong' for $39.95 +postage, see Paypal/visa button below (or email us: valiam1@hotmail.com)
Port: Mooloolaba, Queensland, Australia

Current Position - click on positions for log entr

Linda's books "Sailing in my Sarong" or "Salvage in my Sarong" are A$39.95 each + A$10 postage in Australia for up to 4 books. Other countries please email Linda : valiam1@hotmail.com
Number of copies of each book you would like
Salvage in my Sarong

Whitsunday Writers Festival - a beautiful few days

17 June 2017
Airlie Beach is just stunning. Gorgeous weather, beautiful views from where I stayed and an enriching time at the festival will have me going home tonight smiling. I do hope the weather is nicer than when I left.

I have so enjoyed the author talks and getting to know them over the last 2 days. I have some books to take home that I can't wait to read.
Click here for Whitsunday Times article

16 June 2017
Linda presenting Sailing around the World in my Sarong
Vessel Name: Valiam
Vessel Make/Model: Valiam: Lidgard 45 (Single chine plywood) designed by Gary Lidgard. Built by Bill Anderson and Steve Thornalley. Lati: 31ft 1967 Kim Holman built in Barcelona. Original name Latigazo
Hailing Port: Mooloolaba, Queensland, Australia
Crew: Linda and Bill Anderson. To buy our books 'Sailing in my Sarong' or 'Salvage in my Sarong' for $39.95 +postage, see Paypal/visa button below (or email us: valiam1@hotmail.com)
About:
Bill and Linda fufilled a 30 year dream to sail around the world. First they built a boat in a paddock in the Sunshine Coast hinterland, Qld, Australia in 1994 with the help of friend Steve. [...]
Extra:
CIRCUMNAVIGATION ON VALIAM: We left Mooloolaba on the 7th November 2007, sailed to Townsville, leaving Australian waters on 26th November 2007 for PNG, Palau, Philippines, Borneo, Malaysia,Singapore, Cocos Keeling islands. We crossed the Indian Ocean to Rodrigues, Mauritius,Reunion and South [...]
Social:
Valiam 's Photos - French Guiana to Caribbean
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A piece of rocket arriving from France
Bill asking our tour guide a question in English
The rocket launch site
Linda at launch site
The old launch site
Model of rocket
old fogies at teh Ariane Space Centre
Fisherman on the pontoon we share
Fresh fish on our pontoon!
Scene from our dinghy Kourou
South American Indian house
Rue Generale de Gaulle Kourou
Resting in shade of church
Valiam Kourou river French Guiana
Derelict yacht in Kourou mud
Artists house Kourou
Kourou fishing boat
Fresh fish on our pontoon
Kourou river
kourou river
leaving ile royale
ile royale
ile royale
Valiam ile royale
note tight shorts on french legionnaires
Valiam ile royale
Linda Dominique, Angele hotel ile royale
posting cards to Oz ile Royale
verhandah outside our hotel room
cactus flower
jungle peacock
l,Aberge ile royale
jail cell ile royale
ruins ile royale
ruins ile royale
secret garden for caylan
ile royal timber church
green iguana
beautiful iguana by old pond ile royale
iguana watching old pond ile royale
canadian rotary contact ile royale
hungry parrot
leftovers for parrot
bill with trimmed beard
view from restuarant Devils island
restaurant ile royale view
old walls built by previous jail inmates
Madeleine Carlo Linda Angele  Ile Royale hotel
 
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The Adventures of Linda and Captain Underpants!

Who: Linda and Bill Anderson. To buy our books 'Sailing in my Sarong' or 'Salvage in my Sarong' for $39.95 +postage, see Paypal/visa button below (or email us: valiam1@hotmail.com)
Port: Mooloolaba, Queensland, Australia

Current Position - click on positions for log entr

Linda's books "Sailing in my Sarong" or "Salvage in my Sarong" are A$39.95 each + A$10 postage in Australia for up to 4 books. Other countries please email Linda : valiam1@hotmail.com
Number of copies of each book you would like
Salvage in my Sarong
"You just sit on the boat, pull a few strings and you get there." Bill Anderson aka Captain Underpants