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... evacuate to, all of which would be irrelevant to us given our hopelessly tsunami vulnerable position. Fortunately (for Helen) we (Helen) had resolved to get up at a ludicrously early hour to watch the sunrise. As a result, we were forced to endure something we had not experienced much of on this trip - cold weather- and so wrapped ourselves up in the few clothes we had that may ward this off and headed to the beach. Correction: I stayed in bed for as long as possible before ...
... way two could squeeze past each other, a concept that was either lost on or deemed inconsequential to our fellow passengers who thus created the kind of scrum that neither of us in our weight categories was willing or able to compete in. While I called upon my past experience as an under 11 scrum half of limited promise, to weave through the traffic, Helen was caught right in the thick of the action between two front row forwards who were both heading in the opposite direction ...
... realised she had sat on the wrong side of the4WD vehicle when we travelled though some dense forest and considerable parts of it ending up on her lap, our driver laughed and said, ‘Don’t worry, Tongan car wash!’ We experienced a few more ‘Tongan car washes’ during the day.We saw some great sights, most impressive of all being the ‘lookoutpoint’ at the highest point on the island, very scary ...
... at businesses. Those that were in town hurried back to the ship. The town centre was pretty much destroyed in the days that followed. The ship couldn’t sail. The gangway was up but the ship itself was tied up. I can’t remember how many days they were stuck here. What an adventure!
Our kayak adventure was much more sedate. It was supposed to be 40 minutes there and 40 back. Thank god it wasn’t. Paddling ...
... did was walk right around the island on the sand, which took about thirty minutes and although there are many palms there is other vegetation too. We then swam in the warm sea, which was quite shallow, and did some snorkling and managed to see a number of interesting and colourful fish. We had a drink in the beach bar. Erica had a local beer and I had a coconut with the top sliced off and a hole put in so that I could drink the milk. It was very refreshing. We were then served ...