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The program for today (which happens to be another glorious day) is almost the same as yesterday's-at sea with lecture in the morning and excursions in the afternoon. Around nine there is a surprise announcement that the crew will lower the Zodiacs so that we can take pictures of the ship under sail. My photos aren't perfect, someone's head is always in the way, but the Zodiac ride, my first ever in warm weather, was great fun. And the crew, at last ...
So this morning we had to go to the gym earlier as breakfast was set earlier for those people going on an excursion. We had decided not to do that but just got a tender to port and walked along through port past the markets and around sea wall. It is a very poor island and the port is not very pretty but we saw some interesting murals on the wall.
Again we did not have much luck buying local hooch in the cruise ship terminal as no ...
... out with the kids. Courtney, Paige and Roxton went for a quick cycle and Rich and Rorke went for breakfast. The girls joined them while I waited for Roxton. A great breakfast, we aren't use to having such a selection. Then another cycle and back to the pool. Today I am planning on being in the shade more. Well didn't have to worry about that as it started to rain. The kids wanted to go ...
... which involved a massive parade with blaring speakers and exotic costumes. Again, a once in a lifetime experience and some great fun. Two other Newcastle students - Danielle and Cat - have come out this week so it's been nice spending some time with some new faces. Ok, enough rambling for now, the plan is to watch the cricket highlights before eating out tonight. Interesting fact: The island's volcano last erupted in 1979...hopefully it's not due for another eruption anytime ...
... carambola, a species of tree native to the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Bangladesh Sri Lanka, Latin America and the Caribbean. The fruit has distinctive ridges running down its sides (usually five, but can sometimes vary); in cross-section, it resembles a star, hence its name. The entire fruit is edible and is usually eaten out of hand. They may also be used in cooking, and can be made into relishes, preserves, and seriously disgusting juice ...