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... much less touristy or spoilt - no sign of party boats and relatively few tourists. As decided yesterday, and then aided by the whole cockroach saga, we were in search of a new place to stay for the night. We had ambitious hopes of staying in a bungalow, as described in our guidebook, that overlooked the sea and just generally sounded the coolest thing ever - think Sutton-on-sea but with the odd difference...! After asking at many places ...
... watch the sunset.
I was excited about today as we had decided to hire scooters to explore the area. We didn’t actually end up getting that far as a couple of hours up the road, up a dirt track and over some rickety bridges we found Nacpan beach which was incredible. It was a huge wide sandy stretch of beach with about 30 people on it and just a couple of bars. We refreshed with some drinks and a swim then had ...
... afternoon 'things' were settling, so I decided to risk it and venture out with Amelia, so we could book onto a boat for island hopping the following day (and have some alcohol to kill off the bugs). For dinner, as my stomach felt good enough to accept something a bit more flavoursome, we decided to treat ourselves and share a pizza at an Italian restaurant (which had caught our eye the previous evening). Then back to bed for a good nights sleep. The banca departed at 9am for a ...
... in and out of the lagoon. Seemed like a good idea especially when we saw most of the township groups wading through the shallow water as their outriggers were being pushed along by the crew. We wizzed blithely by on our speed boat! The Big Lagoon was magnificent. Sheer rock cliffs surrounding you on all sides falling into emerald green waters. We putted right around the lagoon in our speed boat - amazing!
... a small stream. There were no sides to the bridge and it was made of tree trucks with pieces of wood across it. It was lead by a dirt trail and ended with the same. On the other side of the bride was a man made bamboo fence that protected people from falling along the rocky cliff and into a small river. We let me tell you, it didn't stop this girl. I went along the peice of wood, crossing the bridge, taking my time as there were no sides to it. Everyhting went well until the ...