Poppy's on the Lagoon
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... offers much more than just a tropical island getaway.
Time Zone ~ GMT +11 hours
Geography ~ 82 islands (of which 62 are inhabited)
Currency ~ the Vanuatu Vatu
£1 = 154 vt
Population ~ ...
... watching the front right wheel wobble slightly on the axle as we headed back to the depot. Got there in one piece so all's well that ends well :)
Today was our last Thursday witnessing group :( The funniest thing (and something that typifies this group) is that Brother Dick arranged for the Stanbridges and us to be dropped off at the territory, gave us one block to do and then left with all the Bislama speaking sisters. So we had four adults with limited Bislama and six kids ...
... and started scrubbing it. I mentioned to Connor that she was running away - maybe she wasn't interested and was trying to look busy or maybe she was afraid of a white man coming to her house. How was I suppose to know? I've only been here a week (did I mention that already?)
Just before we entered this lady's house we were talking to a couple of boys on the road. They would have been around 14. We had a bit of a chat with them about what they were doing, ...
... be working fast either.
Keren and Layth popped in for a visit soon after we arrived. It was good to see them and a little reassuring. Unfortunately we had planned to head over to Erakor Island for tea so we couldn't talk for long.
The ferry to Erakor Island leaves from a jetty which is a two minute walk along the beach but when the tide is in, it is a 20 minute walk along the road or a bus ride. We opted for a bus ride to the jetty and walk home as the tide was ...
... of vegetables, rice and a steak all for 400 vatu, it also gave us a chance to talk to some of the locals and find out more about the town.
Our night dive set off around 5pm just as the sun was burning the sky with reds and oranges and we geared up ready to go. I love night dives, everything is so much calmer, peaceful and natural. We managed to find lots of marine life during this dive including some huge green turtles sleeping under a rock. By the time we got back ...