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... and I had my first lobster meal. We did our research and found a local joint known for cooking the crustacean to perfection. We were not disappointed. Ben and I shared a lobster with mango garlic butter, coconut ride and garlic potatoes. It was a revelation! I think Ben's a little worried now he knows how much I like lobster.
There's not really any beaches here, but everyone swims in a little channel on the northern tip of the island called "The Split". ...
... that impressively projected from the sandy bottom to form teeth teeming with sea life, including the impressively named and beautifully patterned flamingo mouthed snails, trigger fish, trunk fish, yellow fin tuna and even some lobsters that had avoided being special guests at the forth coming island festivities. Back on land we celebrated a great day of diving with further exploration of the fantastic food on offer on this slice of paradise. The previous day we had ...
... a bit.
On stormy and cooler days like in the second week, there is even less to do. Leandro even started to read a book. We are waiting for better weather and hope to be able to go on a dive, maybe the Blue Hole. If the weather will not change and mother nature doesn't want us to visit the Blue Hole then we have to accept this! :-)
The life on the island is basically slow, relaxed and in the rhythm of the sun. You wake up early - between 6 and 7 - and ...
... a merchandise shop but it was pretty well hidden. I picked up a long sleeve t-shirt. As is the problem with almost all t-shirts that they have massive bat-wing sleeves which make my arms look really weedy. Usually my arms are far from weedy, and I guess I'm usually above average in that department so I don't know who they are basing the design for these things off. The incredible hulk maybe. With an uber early start tomorrow the evening was a quiet one. ...
... on the boat asked for them. One was a 50 year old woman which is understandable but the other was Gilly. You should have seen the state of him. It was more of a floatation device / harness than a life jacket and he honestly looked like he had some sort of disability as he splashed around in the water. This is a fully grown 23 year old man were talking about here in the prime of his health. He claimed that he only got it because it would keep him afloat when he ...
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