We squeezed in Dunn Passage in bright sunshine, the fog having lifted, and started to make our way through the maze of rocks and islands.
I slowed Enfin down and squeezed the boat through tight passages, rocks on each side.
We were rewarded by a wonderful anchorage, extremely well protected and -no surprise- we were completely alone.
Just South of us we had a small inlet, too small for Enfin, with a fresh water creek at its head. It became our landing spot for the tender and our many shore walks with Princess.
We felt like we'd once again arrived in paradise, so decided to spend a couple of nights.
The amazing thing is that there are still plenty of such places all along the way, and we'll only ever scratch the surface of all there is to see and do in this part of the world.