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... helpful so we decided to change to a recommended guest house just down the road. They were lovely, and were happy to hold our big backpacks until we arrived back in a few days. We were all booked in ready for when we got back from our island hopping. With a small backpack each we made our way down to the port. There was a small wait, but it wasn't long until we were enjoying the breeze from the deck of our ferry to Neil Island. We couldn't believe ...
... couple of drinks, we were going out around the island the next day so stayed around the resort. In the evening we decided to eat at the resort, at lunchtime we had had tuna slices with soya sauce and a mustard paste which was nice followed by a pizza with seafood. This had to be the best pizza we have had as it was overflowing with seafood and a lovely rich sauce. Having had this we were not to hungry in the evening and to be honest the food was not as good as lunchtime. Sent from my ...
... 2. Mud Skipper
3. Indian Bull Frog
4. Common Skink
5. Andaman Garden/Forest Lizard
6. Small Blue Green Crab
7. Hermit Crab
8. Giant Hermit Crab
9. Mud Crab
10. Sand Bubbler Crab
11. Ghost Crab
12. Potato Grouper
13. Yellow-tailed Snapper
14. Sergeant fish
15. Banner ...
Our last week on Havelock has been a mixed bag. All we had to do was find Claire's baby, kill The Smoke Monster and turn the dial to move the island........
We continued to treat Kate's ear with the antibiotics and after a few days they responded and all was good again. It looked like we should be able to do the advanced scuba course after all. I did some more amazing snorkeling. At one point Kate said "please don't get eaten by crocodiles, I can't be bothered to ...
... several days hoping visibility would improve and saw lots of life down below...but the corals were still dead.
As a consequence I spent my days hangin' out on land, driving a scooter from one end of the island to the other. I met quite a few interesting travellers; we caught fish and put them on the campfire in the evening, while fighting off stray dogs who weren't there for the conversation.