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... two rocks, otherwise it was an unsuccessful trip. We did get to do some snorkelling from the boat, further out above the reef. It was the most colourful coral I’ve ever seen with hundreds of fish of all colours and sizes flitting in and out of the reef. So the fishing trip wasn’t a total waste of time.
One afternoon we set up the most picturesque cricket pitch in existence and some of the ...
... over by piroque to Ill Saint Marie and get around on a bike and doing some more of nothing. Holiday! This is a little paradise!
Early morning on Marks B-day we went diving with Bora lodge diving. Nice dives but we are sooooo spoiled at home! We enjoyed it, the weather was not so good that day, lots of rain and the winds was picking up. There was a family from South Africa, living in Namibia now in our group, we had lunch at the very luxury Bora lodge together. ...
... br> Marius n' a pas faim ..ou plutot je crois il est très généreux et très serviable , il sait certainement que je ne reviendrai jamais sur cette ile ...carpe diem..
Après le repas, nous sommes allés aux piscines naturelles où la tradition veut que l’on ôte ses chaussures pour s’y rendre et une de ces piscines fait office de fontaine à vœux.
Les courants sont puissants , c'est pourquoi : les piscines sont là , ...
... host and clearly cares a big deal about the island. He lent me his gear so yesterday I snorkled for the first time in my life. It was so much fun! I was swimming with the fishies and couldn't stop giggling like a little girl while doing it. We were planning on walking around the island today but screw that, we went snorkling instead.
Homesickness is beginning to hit. It's not like I want to go back to Finland, but still. There's no thinking and pondering ...
... much here. Bungalows by the beach, cold showers and some weird monkeythings. There's two Lemur families living on the island and one of them hangs by the area we're staying at. They're pretty social and the father even approaches you and lets you pet him. The climate is quite wet. At the moment it rains maybe 3 or 4 times a day for a few minutes and then it stops suddenly and the sun shines again. Nobody here is dumb enough to try ...