Not quite so early today, gone six and still at breakfast.
A lovely bright morning.
A last hasty check on kit before the off.
Luke in the doorway was pleased to see the rabbit device above the door - it is his favourite rugby league team "The Rabbitohs".
One of the porters brings his little boy to the pre-walk chant.
Off we go again - we are getting used to the routine now.
All the villages have gardens but here they are more serious about it.
Back to the muddy climb
After a bit the kitchen porters catch up having cleaned up all the cooking pots after breakfast
Apparently we are heading in that direction
A short photo stop - a chance to have a breather. John never stops at these and just keeps walking on to be overtaken later as we all catch him up - he is still suffering from tummy trouble.
The leader Ezra (right) and his deputy Thomas
This is my porter Dick's home village and these are his nieces. We had a short break here while he went to pay his respects to the rest of his family
A flat stretch for a change
John looks a bit more perky now, he must be feeling better
No-one fell in here but I got a wet foot when I nearly overbalanced
We reach Nauro and the cooking fire is lit
Nauro main street
Those who have them are advised to use their mosquito nets tonight - here Rob looks for somewhere to hang his.
Noodles to go into those delicious ham rolls he makes for lunch
Damp and misty tonight which makes it feel even more steamy
Afternoon nap in progress - Rob and Deb under their rather romantic looking tent
Luke about to get his big toes bitten!
The mist becomes thicker
The evening seems clearer now as the phones are collected from the solar panel driven charging point.
Pasta and meat sauce tonight