A few more photos from our adventures around Tanna: above, the sandstone (ash-stone?) cliffs that herald the entrance to Port Resolution; below, the Dr. Seuss worthy trees that lined Shark's Bay on the southern coast of the island.
It was a few hours walk from Port Resolution to Shark's Bay; below is the bluff we had to scramble down to make it to the beach.
But the scramble was worth it. The water was a clear, deep blue, and there must have been hot springs nearby because the temperature ran hot and cold with each wave. We also had beautiful Mt. Melon in the background to keep us company.