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... other places. The rain was coming down even harder and the T-shirt-clad children were shivering. At least Sera and I had plastic covering us which formed some good insulation. The water was now forming a bit of a torrent, if you can have a bit of a torrent, and was ankle deep in some places. The rainforest was so beautiful and given that it is also home to some glorious birdlife it would have been wonderful to sight some birds but we couldn’t even ...
... see if I needed to jump in. Apparently a lot of people cannot hack the pace at this point! I was just fine and we carried on heading out to the coastal point. As the kayak nosed its way up and down the swell Simone started to serenade me with Fijian songs, interspersed with loud belches. About twenty minutes in to the kayaking the boat came back to see if I needed a lift but I was fine and we carried on. Simone was telling me that he often gets people with ...
... on clinging on, literally by my fingertips, that I didn’t really enjoy the view.
Seriana, the instructor with me, had grabbed a piece of rock and had one arm reached out for me. It was all I could do to swim to her to grab her and then haul myself to the rock where I too clung on by my fingertips. I really wanted to film the sequence after I let go of the rock to show just how fast I was moving ...
... on the boat and you then go straight down for your second dive after the surface interval time is up. For the non-divers reading this the surface interval is all about giving the nitrogen in your bloodstream adequate time to be released before you go back down and start building up nitrogen molecules again.
I like to dive in just a rashie and shorts but I’d got chilly during my surface interval so donned a full length wetsuit. ...
... with their ritual singing and dancing (video to come). This brought tears to all of our eyes- they were so excited to share their dance with us! Then they brought us up to dance. Nothing like watching 5 white people try to do a dance similar to the “hula” with 100+ talented children doing it all around you. Afterwards, we all shared the gifts we brought with the villagers. They were incredibly appreciative and one little boy, Paul, gave ...