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... people all arrive on the same day and then leave together.
We were told that there was an afternoon snorkel and dive, so everyone got their things together (the snorkelers had their own stuff mostly, but there were bits that could be borrowed, so Edd and his dad got a pair of flippers each to help them swim). The divers tried on the wet suits, while we were leaving and chatting about diving stuff that I had no knowledge of. I’d always wanted to ...
By 7 am we had climbed a volcano- well driven up to a point then walked up nicely formed stairs to the viewing place on Kelimantu to have a look at the 3 coloured lakes. We flew over the lakes yesterday and got a good view of the two blue green ones but today we also say the one which is a brackish brown colour. We started the day by getting up at just after 4 and were on the track while the sky was just starting to get a bit light, I wore my head ...
Hannah and Joe had a lie in this morning whilst Ange went out trying to see if we could stay on an Island just off the coast for a bit of snorkeling. Unfortunately all of the accommodation was booked up so we needed a plan B. An Irish girl called Shirley we met on the Komodo tour gave us the name and number of a driver called Jimmy so we gave him a call and he agreed to meet us at the hotel. The guy is the spitting image of Slash from Guns 'n' Roses and is very chilled out, ...
... scruffians were excited! I had the time of my life! We played games, sang "Happy boofdy to yoooooooo" many times and I ate far too much cake! It was great and how lovely they wanted me to take part. I had fun, the kids had fun, I got filthy, the kids were grimey and the laughter was loud! I gave the two gorgeous little girls a present of a little money and they were so thrilled. They only had one present each from their mum to open and a lovely ritual over ...
... their culture. It is situated on a mountainside with beautiful views all the way out to the ocean. The tropical greenery and small but comfortable looking homes were charming. If you were to live in a rural paradise, this should be it. As we were entering the village, villagers were returning from a Catholic Easter Monday service...as 80% of the islanders are Catholic as a result of Portuguese colonialism. We ...