Mama's Tropic of Capricorn
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... their flag to the top of the flagpole. I did get up at 11am to go snorkelling. We were taken in the boat out to the reef and this time it was amazing. The water was so clear and I managed to get some great pictures with the different types of fish that were swimming about. I got back on my bean bag, only getting up again for lunch, and that's where I stayed until 4pm. I then went and played some footy with a ...
... a visit, we met some school children who impressively performed riddles and songs for us in 3 languages! We had a cava drinking ceremony and the locals put on a small show for us, it was a really neat experience. Very interesting to see how they live and how completely different it is from our way of life. On our last day on the island we took a snorkel trip and got to swim with manta rays!! Oh my goodness, what a cool experience! It's something I've always wanted to do ...
... us a traditional goodbye song and we parted ways. After a few minutes in the bus we stopped to do some souvenir shopping and picked up a few snacks. Then we were off to our new resort that we would soon find was directly across the street from the airport. After checking in we went to dinner and found that our resort has a waterslide and a playground! Although there was no time for playing tonight I'm sure it will get some use ...
... bags were required. This didn't deter some passengers from consuming their share of the included alcohol. We eventually made it to the destination and were taken ashore by tender. The sands were certainly white but the snorkling was average. Following our time in the water we wandered around the extent of the island that we could. One of the staff then invited us into the palm trees and did a good performance on how easy it is to break into a coconut. Needless to ...
... and Julian - we learned a lot of new card games and enjoyed some really fun evening entertainment put on by Moss and the boys. They would even sing at dinner, often dedicated songs to visitors from the UK and our solo German companion! One night we walked up the pier to see the most incredible stars! Julian caught them on his amazing fancy camera and gave us copies - in case you thought we'd achieved this with just our little one!
We were sad to leave after ...