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It was time to move islands, so after breakfast
the water taxi took us back out to the passing ferry and we were on our way to
Wayalailai Island and the Naqualia Resort. It took about an hour and a half,
and the water taxi that came to pick us up was considerably smaller than the
last. This was fine apart from the sea was quite …
... he is very heavy. (Member of staff) Joe was particularly enchanted by Bluedolf and carried him around for ages before posing for a photo with him on the beach. All this time, German Max, Scandinavian Robert and Cornish Joe were out fishing. They returned triumphant but with a gruesome story about how they had had to catch their bait; they were encouraged to dig crabs out of their holes before pulling all their legs off. We said our goodbyes and set ...
... routine of volleyball, shower, dinner and then dancing games. Two of the new guests are English girls who have just finished school. They were great company and are in permanently high spirits because they have been out of the UK for less than 72 hours, their body clocks completely baffled. Phoebe and Lucy are ten years younger than Ben; it was a sobering realisation when he worked out that he has been a PE teacher to pupils born in the same year as ...
... to think that the idea of trying to look after an abandoned kitten is laughable. Cats are pests here so what we are doing is sort of akin to someone taking in a rat in the UK. I think that most kittens found around the resort are put in a bag and taken away on the boat. The three Norwegian women here have been great with the kitten. They speak probably the finest second language English we have ever heard. Their accents are so good that ...
... to bag 2 more fish than Tracy to catch her up and just as he hooked his first fish Tracy did the same. The 2 fish landed on board at exactly the same time so "whose was bigger" was the competition! Tracy won that one fairly easily!
Being our last night meant the crew got out the Kava and gathered round to sing a few songs. A lovely evening was enjoyed by all!