Poppy's on the Lagoon
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... been bulging! Alot of people walk for 30 minutes to get there, including an old man who looked about 180. Amazing! Lyndon stayed home that day, so I got to drive with my trusty sidekick in tow. She was no help at all. Lois is so relaxed you could be careening off a cliff and she would comment on the amazing view! I accidentally hit a wooden bridge a little on the fast side (the brakes had a mind of their own) and she yells 'wooooo hoooooo!' Which was ...
... One thing that we did giggle at was a couple of tourists who were snorkelling in life jackets because they can't swim. I know that sound mean but why come to a tropical island if you can't swim a little?
We had tea at the cafe back on the main shore. Pizza, chips and salad washed down with a beer. As we paid for meals, the cafe gave our bus driver a free meal (lucky him).
The trip home was pretty quiet as the kids ...
... we were descending he said "Nearly home daddy'. May be truer than he thinks.
We landed with a bump but in good spirits. A walk across the tarmac and we had arrived. They were quick with the bags too. Hobart luggage handlers could learn a thing or two.
I had imagined Vanuatu being a cross between 'Death in Paradise' and 'No.1 Ladies Detective Agency' - because I apply everything in life to TV shows ;). I keep wanting to call the currency Pula not Vatu.
I arrived in Vanuatu on Monday 11th August around 2.15pm. The flight from Brisbane was around 3 hours which wasn’t too bad as I spent most of my time reading! The airport was small and simple, the way an airport should be.
I collected my bag from the slowest carousel which could literally have been powered by mice running for the speed it was rotating and headed outside to find a taxi.I had arranged to meet Austin and Dan at a popular cafe called ...
... 8221; We were only here for one night before going to Tanna Island so booked a simple hotel and simple it was. We unpacked a little, freshened up and went into the town of Port Vila only about a 10 minute walk away. We strolled the emptyish streets before realising it was a Saturday afternoon and most shops close at noon here. Didn’t worry us too much as we headed up the street and to my joy we found the local Nambawan brewery that brews ...