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... had been secured in the anchor chain) and swam off. Or at least we thought they had. After heading towards the shore seven of them turned around and came back to the boat. We only realized it when the first of the bunch made it up to the deck. But we put the kibosh on that before the rest of them climbed up.
Because the trip to the copper mine and the hull scrubbing weren't enough to fill the day, we set off in the dinghy in search of a cave. A ...
the boat was on its way to collect us, led to an hour's wait. Not
what we needed after eight hour's travel. The wait was made even less
pleasant by having to watch a screaming pig being forced onto its
back, have its feet tied and then be carried, screeching, by its ears
and tail before being tied onto the back of a tricycle - distressing
second phone call to the resort established that the boatman was
actually waiting ...
... mostly complaining we couldn't have the internet, and where the f******* food was!!!) But still!!
Another example, the i pod, must be , the most unsociable device on this planet!!!! You may as well stick a leave me alone badge on your head!!!
I mean , don't get me wrong, i have 2!!! But noone is going to approach you whilst you are obviously enjoying your music,earplugs in, in your own little world. rather than HAVE to talk to ...
... muddy, hungry and a bit groutchy!! I definitly think we have been spoilt by the beaches and stuff in Boracay, as we keep comparing it to there, but, after closer inspection, this place was starting to look a bit different afterall.........
So here it is, Sugar beach "seems" like a really quiet laid back resort. The "brown" sugar sand, stretches for about 1 km, few boats, and about 6 - 7 resorts, mostly owned by Swiss old men , who years ago discovered ...
... stop. Suddenly, right between us, a sea snake (black and white striped. very cool but I know that they are also very poisonous. They have such small mouths that they can only bite your fingers or toes) shot up through the water, took a breath, then swam back down and disappeared again. I was quite proud of myself – I only swallowed a small mouthful of seawater in my panic to get away. (Please note that I was calling Georgie over to see a tiny ...
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