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... job to remind me about stuff. Shame on you Norma, shame on you.
In the afternoon we had a pot-noodle equivalent snack by using the kettle in our room, then spent a couple hours slurping free tea again and reading. Then before it got too late that the Lego Fish were about, we returned back to the nice beach for another swim. During that we got talking some American girls (Faye and Jane) who were doing a cut down mini-version of our holiday; five weeks away ...
... when I heard her speak in a disappointed voice “I think your wife come!” as I heard the door open and Lucky walk in. I was so relieved and happy to see Lucky that day. I never thought I would be so happy to see my wife. I told Lucky that I had opted for the shampoo wash and it was taking some time. Even though Lucky was there it didn’t stop the lady from continuing with the massage of my back and lower back. I looked at Lucky who was looking at me in ...
... came from. Apparently they use magnetic poles and can also smell the beach to be different somehow. Nuts!
Off that tangent, I start trekking back through the jungle. I'm completely covered in sweat now, every piece of fabric I'm wearing is wet. Nasty. I make my way out a slightly different way and find at the end a bridge out. Dammit! Th guide told me to come this way! I see some footprints in the sand and just follow them across the small stream down bellow. ...
... behind. Between waiting for Pepsi and Justin's assuredness that the rain wouldn't reach us for a while, five minutes later and we were once again drenched. We grab the Canadian couple from the other beach and all race back through the jungle. Suddenly, we notice the rain has stopped and there appears to be blue sky poking through. Rather than walk all the way back to camp, we decide to risk it and go back to ...
... the whole width of the beach making sunbathing fairly impossible, so we perched in a tree hanging over the beach and the waves for a bit reading our books instead. Later that evening we went for an amazing meal at at a restaurant called 'Daddy's cafe' where we both had a dhall that was as good as any we'd had while in India.
Next stop on our travels is the Cameron ...
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