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... t be very good for you. After a while I feel it too. I go to investigate. The wind is so strong that it is blowing rain from a small black cloud far in the distance onto us. I'm glad it wasn't weed killer.
I finish reading my novel. I don't have another one to read so I decide that I will read back over some of our blog. I reread an early entry where I googled "Gavin from Bangalore" and was very relieved when our blog ...
... our questions. The boat speeds up and heads north along the lagoon. We see lots of other boats heading in the same direction. After about twenty minutes we see a large group of boats ahead of us. We then see lots of dolphins. Issy counts about thirty boats in the small area around where the dolphins are, and they are all full of tourists. There are also lots of people in the water trying to get even closer to the dolphins. The dolphins look quite small. They look ...
... African. He says that he studied in South Africa for five years.
We drive to the base of the mountain. There we meet our other guide, whose name is Nico, and the other members of the party. Yan asks us all to introduce ourselves. I go into a cold sweat. The last time I had to do this everyone in the tour group laughed at me and called me Dive. I hope that this won't happen again. When it is my turn I concentrate really hard and try to say Dave in an ...
... resistance. He sits facing her, and she starts massaging his shoulders with her feet. It starts raining. I hope that this might cool them down. It's cooling us down. I think that they might need a couple of fire hoses to cool them down.
Issy decides that she will test out the flag system on the umbrella. She puts up the "service please" flag. Within a couple of minutes a man turns up and asks us what we want. Issy didn't think that the system ...
... I then think that maybe sacking is not a severe enough penalty. Just as I am about to get up to go and see the manager the same Frenchman walks past us again. He is still here, and he is still wearing thongs. I wonder how this outrage can be allowed to continue. I decide that I will demand a full refund for tonight's meal. It is disgraceful that I have had to share a restaurant with someone wearing thongs.
We go back for seconds ...