Arriving on the island of Tanna on the undulating grass strip we were excited to alight from the middle door and watch the cargo leave from the rear door.
Our prospective business had a superbly positioned restaurant perched on the edge of the coral with uninterrupted views of the ocean. The doors and windows were functional but nothing more.
As were the doors and windows in the hut we were shown to.
Although we had been to the volcano on our previous visit we took the opportunity and went again. The dual cab had four doors and six windows but our best views were when we got out of the vehicle.
This was a window of opportunity that we could observe this baptism giving these children access to the doorway of heaven.
Not only did the boat have windows and doors but buried in that pile of timber which was to become our house were also plenty of windows and doors.
When our electrical system arrived this car transported the 1 ton battery. The windows and doors looked solid but I wasn’t too sure about the rest of the vehicle.
The missionary built Presbyterian Church was “termites holding hands” and I think it may be gone after the last cyclone. The doors and windows added to the architecture.
Our house with the windows and doors now visible. We had plenty of willing helpers. My role was to put the jigsaw puzzle of loose timber together. Roger was masterbuilder but we couldn’t have done it without the boys. We didn’t think to take a ladder with us and of course there were none on the island for sale.
In response to Cee’s fun foto challenge