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We will leave Vanuatu tomorrow, so just a few events to share with you over the past week..
- Tuesday Helen and Symone went in field service, territory first then studies. Helen continued with her excellent efforts in Bislama. It must be the ethnic genes which have given her an advantage, and I am battling - I think I will blame it on my Scottish/English ancestry! No offence to those of similar heritage who ...
... today. The views were gobsmacking to say the least. It was free entry due to the damage from the cyclone, but to us the gardens still looked incredible. On the way home, we did a bit of a bar crawl having a Tusker and wine right on the beach of Port Villa. A spectacular way to watch the sunset as a cruise liner sailed away off into the horizon. I'm going to miss this place or rather miss the relaxed pace of life of Vanuatu.
... the quality of the buildings. Future investment in infrastructure will help to reduce the impact on casualties and future damage. (http://www.theguardian.com/world/galle ry/2015/mar/22/cyclone-pam-scale-of-des truction-emerges-as-vanuatu-picks-up-th e-pieces-in-pictures). Soaking in The Tanna Atmosphere For the rest of my time in Tanna I spent time relaxing by the sea and swimming in the blue hole, just in front of Rocky Ridge Bungalows. On my last night there was a super ...
... as is usually the case.
Our proper first stop was a tribal village. This wasn't a village inhabited by day for the benefit of tourists, this was a real working village with people who live the traditional way with just one or two modern conveniences like solar panels and mobile phones!
We got out of the car and were asked to wait in this area before going to the village. The next thing we know we are surrounded by men and boys in grass skirts, shouting ...
... 100th country, then started the 4 kilometre walk into town. Water taxis were offering rides for $5A each across the bay but being our usual selves, that is, careful with money, we decided we'd walk - big mistake!
We arrived at Vila's tourist office at around 8.45 am.
"there is only one tour and it left at 8.30" was the crushing news delivered by the girl at the desk.