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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the islands of which there are about 200.
Some islands still have very ancient tribes living on them which do not have any contact with the outside world and still living as they have done for 1000s years. We have heard stories about how some have never eaten salt so they have toxic skin, some will kill people who wander into their territory and most have never seen white people and you are definitely not allowed to talk to ...
... place so we went for a walk to the bazaar. Here we attempted sorting out emails at an Internet cafe, again, no such luck, the internet was down! We went for a meal instead (which was nice) and went back to our hot concrete room. We were going to go and see the Cellular Prison but decided to do that when we arrived back after our island hopping as it 'apparently' had an 8pm closing time. Pft! - ...
... The water was like a kaleidoscope... we were amazed to see so many colors floating around us. We saw an assortment of fishes....the Bannerfish with its trio combination of Black-White and Yellow, the Blue-green Parrot fish, the Blue colored Starfish, Sea Cucumbers, we saw many Sergeant Fishes shoaling, we also saw a few Snappers....it was sheer bliss.... I could spend a lifetime ...
... whisperer. It was mesmerizing to hear and see this woman call animals (birds, squirrels, roosters, rabbits,
596deer and peacocks), to hear her talk and command them to stay, move or follow her - a gift I have never seen anyone demonstrate in person, just astonishing!
Our next island to visit was VIPER ISLAND, another island full of history and amazing stories. On the way to the island, we passed seven ports and had a glimpse at one of the big floating dry ...
... lizards, the screeches of insects and the pleasant chirping of birds. Though the forest you can hear and see the crash of the waves from the beach.
There is also the scary news of the Tsunami alert and the Croc fatality while I am here, it brings back to reality that this paradise isn't just all beauty and has a dangerous side. The alert is scary as you ...