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... around the possibility of these fishermen being
pirates planning an assault. We went to bed in varying states of anxiousness!
Wednesday 4th February
At 1.30am, Ken, a little anxious, decided since he couldn’t sleep, he’d prepare the boat for departure. This of course woke us all up! There was a light breeze so we started off with boat sails and the motor ...
... of months. Disappointment was an understatement. I wanted to see the place with my own eyes so we set off to explore and I figured that we might be able to buy off a security guard to let us have a peep. The walk was an hour in the seething heat and the city was hectic with loads of cars flooding the streets as we passed by rundown buildings, gated houses (not posh), and the occasional street vendors selling food and drink. When we arrived I realised this was not a ...
Woke up this morning with a good sleep keen to get started on the days adventure. I had a small bite to eat at the restaurant where i am staying and the food was outstanding. We got a local bus to the Black River Safari boat tour and saw some amazing scenery on the way there. We got on the boat and took some time to leave but once we got going it was great! Had some sandwiches on the boat ...
... your room alone.
Overall, It was very calming and quiet. The breeze was breath taking and sent a fresh thrilling chill within. We had a lot of relaxation time, even though it was such a short trip. We definitely will visit again and would recommend this resort to anyone looking for a calm, peaceful and quiet location to go vacationing with the ...
... along the way when we encountered a stationary fishing boat with 3 very suspicious looking characters (certainly not fishermen and the type that would have you crossing the street to avoid at home). They had run out of petrol just half a mile from home - we guessed they had been smuggling something, most probably petrol but selling it rather than buying! Up the river we met crocodiles and motored through mangroves to a water hole for swimming and lunch of the ...