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... away from the beach bum resorts. I still cant get used to the endless jungle of palm trees and banana plantations, not to mention the lovely open blue sea on each side. We're very lucky!
The next morning we hit the beach, trying to enjoy the calm whilst we still can as the next few days in the big cities will be very different. I am now by far the most tanned and blonde I've ever been!
Later on we hopped back on ...
... on the blog, which has sadly gotten so far behind. I chatted with some rally nice girls working at Starbucks, who told me rain was coming and to save the beach for tomorrow and to relax and stay with them. They brought me different samples of drinks and seemed so happy to have me stay. Meanwhile, it was quite busy so it's not like they needed to pay the special attention. So sweet! I got some blogging done and started to walk back. The girls said it was ...
... grandmother, had passed away that morning and Ashlyn needed some much needed girl time. Mimi was an important part of Ashlyn's upbringing and will forever be missed.
Day 4 - Bye bye paradise
We woke up early and went to our usual breakfast before heading to the beach for our last hours in paradise. Our flight was leaving at 5 pm so we only had a few hours to take in the views. We kayaked again, played the coconut game and swam in the ...
... are amazingly yummy! Nutella and banana rock. Ate at a thai restaurant the other night, recommended by John, owner of our hotel. Thai restaurant called kokomiko. The lady koko, is married to a German chef who taught her how to cook western food. There was a full extensive western menu yet we still ate pad thai. Pad thai and a diet coke = £1.80. Nom! Got in last night to find a cockroach run out from under the fridge. ...
... popping our heads out the hallway to an incredible view of a long crescent beach and crashing waves against the sand. Jagged mountain formations lined each side and we finally understood why this was the draw card of the island. Yes, it was busy but at the same time sooo beautiful. Hot as hell too. Restaurants and bars lined the whole beach, giving us plenty of options to stop for a drink when the heat became too much to take.
When it was all said ...