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Travel Blogs from Lian
Well, it took more than 3 weeks and lots of travel to finally find a sunny day at the beach, too bad I had to leave later that day! The morning was beautiful, we had some coffee then went for a swim. A few of us batted a volleyball around for a bit.
The rest of the food was prepared, and by 9 am we had some breakfast beers to go with the …
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After a restful lunch I was taken to another village supported by the college where they did have water from a well but no electricity. The School has built the first 8 properties - 25 SQ Metres each but had run out of money for the finishing of a further 8. These are just shells and they are looking for another £2200 to finish.
After a bit of a break and with jet lag taking hold seriously I was collected at 6.30pm to be taken to ...
... and his wife to taste also.
He said that the shell tasted more shrimp favor and juicier, I was right and won that cook-off, for the squid Yuri won without a problem, but again I have to say, I never had cooked squid before.
Well that is the shrimp and squid cook-off story, tomorrow we will try cooking his dog, he has been fating up. I say grill, he wants to try a soup out. Just kidding.
Thanks for staying awake.
... before. The diving was great. We went out to Sombrero Island and a dive spot called Bahura that we hadn't tried before. We found a very large and docile turtle poking around for something to eat and posing for the camera one of our fellow divers brought along. He wasn't concerned with our presence at all and went about his business for a very long time before swimming away. This encounter was the complete opposite ...