Blue Heaven Island
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... paniculus hanging over her grass skirt. She moved very well, in time to the drums but it was a strange site I guess a sign of diversity. We took the cart back to our room and had a beautiful nights rest. The next morning we were awakened for breakfast by a man in an outrigger canoe blowing on his shell horn. He carried a young Polynesian woman who had out breakfast of a tray. She came out of the canoe onto our deck ...
... and float effortlessly in the buoyant salt water. "GT" Rocket shouts as he washes off the salt. "Sure why not" sighs Deb.
At 7.00pm we are picked up by Sebastian and dropped off at the Lagoon restaurant, Rocket tries to spot some sharks that are swimming below the glass bottom floor but sees none as we are seated by the window overlooking the mountain. (very romantic)!
For some reason we choose the 7 ...
... was on a working holiday for six months. He made us an amazing Cosmo which we both sipped on as we browsed the restaurant menu trying to decide if we should still have dinner here for our anniversary.
After our pleasant interlude at the bar we strolled hand-in-hand down the cobblestone path bathed in moonlight as we headed back to our villa.
No bike rides tonight!
Hint - a snorkel in the resort lagoon is well worth the effort. ...
... and I appreciate that they think I have the look for some of these events, but sometimes it is just too much and I feel like a piece of meat. Like I have to get all dolled up to stand there and smile and to get commented on by passengers.
I don’t know, in the grand scheme of things it is all not a big deal, but it is affecting me. I feel like I worked so hard for such a long time to fix all the things I wasn’t happy about in myself and ...
... a sea turtle rehab area with 7 turtles they we got to observe and feed. Chelsea's dream job! Next they feed us a local lunch consisting of tuna steaks (the best I've ever had), chicken, rice, raw fish in coconut milk (not bad), taro root (like potatoes), and something they claimed was banana with tapioca soaked in coconut milk. I'm not sure what it really was but it was pretty good if you could get past the color and texture. It was dark red and very ...