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... exercise. We actually saw some giant (to us) turtles which we were able to paddle within a few meters of before they dove to safety. Beautiful creatures. Upon our return to shore, I thought I would try and catch a wave in. I caught a beauty, but as the whitecap dissipated I realized I was in trouble. I was too far forward on the board and the nose of the board planted into the sand. Hard. I was thrown off and ...
... for happy hour. Each day we pick a resort to go to for evening cocktails and to watch the sunset. The Four Seasons is our favourite to date. I am becoming quite attached to rum based cocktails, especially Blue Hawaiians and piņa coladas.
Until yesterday, the weather had been perfect, but it has been raining and squalling these last two days, but it cleared a bit this afternoon.
The temperature of the water is just lovely and the water is ...
Good morning, we awoke to the darkness 6AM when you are in bed early after a day of sunshine it isn't hard to awake before the sunrise. I just love the mornings watching the color's enter the ski, it's so lovely to hear the sounds of the waves hitting the shore and birds chirping outside.
I forgot to mention yesterday afternoon when we were walking the beach to Duke's we say a great show of whales, there was one playing around ...
... we knew we had to transfer to two other buses to get to our destination. The weather was hot as usual and the air con in the bus was working great so it made for a good trip.
We liked the sights and got off the bus and had a look around at the first tranfer point. There were a number of lovely Resorts but it was very quiet in this location, so we bought a snack to get us by to lunch as we had not had any breakfast. While waiting at the ...
... settling on the boat, in the distance we could see smoke and it was beautiful as well as disturbing all at once. They explained that the sugar cane fields get burned to get rid of all the leaves (no sugar in leaves), rodents, and insects. It is much easier to harvest and more economical than to go into the fields with machetes. Very controversial on the islands but that is what they do. Then we arrived at Molikini and wow, what a gorgeous place. Lily and I went to the ...
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