Island View Bed and Breakfast
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... to the beach and spent the morning there. The sand is 90% silica, which is the purest sand in the world. You can brush you're teeth with it, I did and they felt silky smooth after. Me and Cha also gave ourselves a full body and facial scrub with the sand and it was amazing to feel how soft our skin felt after. The sand is unbelievably soft to walk on and because it's so pure, it doesn't get hot. We had to be careful no too go too deep in the water as we saw ...
... t want to pull the wrong handle!!!
We cast off at about 8pm, so it is already dark and first thing everyone notices is the sky, within 10 minutes of leaving the marina it is pitch black and the sky is lit by thousands of stars, we can even see the Milky Way!
The skipper has explained to us that we will have to use the engine to get us out to our overnight mooring as the prevailing winds are against us, but ...
... in us staying here for longer than we'd first expected and meant us spending our first day visiting the different tour agents to weigh up out different options. We ended up opting for a day trip rather than one if the 2/3 day livaboard options.
The next day, we went for a little explore. the town is only small but has some nice shops which we checked ...
... turtle while snorkeling. Fortunately it wasn't busy so we were able to stay all day and then overnight. The friendly batfish were also in attendance waiting to be hand fed from the back of the boat.
Unfortunately Sam and Kelsey had to fly back to Sydney on Wednesday afternoon but managed a long snorkel in the morning with a close encounter with a white tipped reef shark as another highlight. Both Kelsey and I had a turn of Amy's mermaid fin, which was ...
... public art, political art.
But the engine isn't re-bootinggone the urge, but not for looking...cathedrals of culture inNY Detroit Chicago Londonmosaics and frescoes in Italyand elsewheremy studio all fresh in virgin white, waiting.
And what remains for now, an urge to pass it on, to reach to these less easy placesto unleash in others that energy to go beyond to risk a little, to discover.
And for me, an unexpected journey with wordsto ...