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We woke up at 6am to see the sunrise at Tonjariki. At 630am we decided to actually go through with it and take the 30 minute drive to see it. We had to wait for some horses that decided to sleep in the middle of the road but, besides that, the drive was easy. It was pitch black on the island and we didn't have a bad storm for the first time over night. There were only about 10-15 people there and it was pretty serene. All in all, the sunrise ...
... box;">to seek another land.
if each day,
you feel that you are destined for me
with implacable sweetness,
if each day a flower
climbs up to your lips to seek me,
... s one ofthe liveliest people I think I've ever met. Our second night there, when we were still discovering exactly how it would be, we sneaked into the kitchen a bit sheepishly and asked if there were any cookies we could have. She pulled them out and then told us we'd have to dance if we wanted them. Which of course, we did! Even at 6am she was full of jokes and oddball humor. One time, Natalie and I were watching a movie in the den late at night and she walked in with a ski mask, ...
... a sign of a good night!
Due to our, ahem, tough climb up the hill the previous night, we were a little tired the next morning and didn't make the walking tour at 10am. We managed to catch the later one in the afternoon though and were lead around by a local guy who was really good. Got to see a lot in the 4 hours with plenty of info on all the goings on of Santiago. Met an Irish couple who had just started travelling and had a ...
... Stephen and Colin from Willesden. Nice chaps, who know all the eating places of Chiswick Linda: rather plump and quite jolly. Herb and Brian from Toronto. Herb has quite an affected voice. They've both been to Libya with Explore, as have I. Margaret. Does she speak? Some lush from SE London and a terribly nice chap from Chiswick. Oh no, that's Christine and me! But two people haven't turned up yet... (They did later: two women called Carolyn and Caroline; and they looked ...