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Let me start by saying I'm a bit disappointed in my blog host, Travelpod, as they don't have the name of today's destination in their library of places. I had to accept "Louganville," but I am REALLY at Mystery Island, Vanuatu. That is, of course, the modern name. In the local language of Bislama, its name is Inyeug, in the Ribablik Blong Vanuatu. Of course, if you watch Survivor, we'll ...
... this was to tie our kayak to so it didn't float away. It's the limestone that makes the water blue apparently, there must be a lot of limestone, because boy is the water blue. It makes you stand and stare. This time it's a very dainty entry into the water that makes Neil laugh, I'm just glad he finds it all so amusing, but I will get my revenge !!!!
The water is soo clear and so blue, it's hard to believe ...
So we're tired, wet and very thirsty. And it's getting dark. And Thom's bike has a flat tire. How do we get into these situations? Let me start at the beginning.
We're not exactly in Luganville. We stayed there a couple of nights but were driven out by some roosters, an Ausie singalong that went well into the night and a pack of maniacal dogs that howled at the moon for ten minutes every night then abruptly stopped. So we found a quiet little bungalow ...
... at the other end of the school oval closer to the sea. The talent show ended at 9.15pm and we all went to our beds for the night with the generator going out at 9.30pm on the dot leaving us in complete darkness except for our torch. Wisely we had put up our mosquito nets earlier in the evening so climbing into the bunk was the only thing to do. Sleep was off and on all night with the smoothing sounds of ...
... to reflect by ourselves on the trip and everything.
Together we practiced for our assembly's and had devotion time.
It was a very peaceful day but i think it was the calm before the storm because we are in for a very busy day today but we are all excited!
written by Ellie :)
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