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... was even more entertaining to stand as close as we could and try and get the perfect picture of the impact. With noone on hand to tell us how close we could get, I traversed the railings (they weren't there for any particular reason I assumed?) and stood on rocks as close as I could in attempt to maximise the photo opportunity. Helen meanwhile was consumed with more fear than I and could constantly be heard shrieking in a mix of terror and delight at the waves crashing ever closer to ...
... Unfortunately, while my meal was actually very nice (not exactly worth the wait but still good), Helen's ham and cheese sandwich was so awful that one could not help but laugh (well one of us couldn't anyway!). All of this proved particularly unfortunate as, in more competent hands, our venue could have meant for a delightful and prolonged stay given its proximity to the impossibly blue water of the Pacific ocean. Having eaten, we were finally able to extricate ...
... were leaving the port! lovely touch.
We walked into the main area of Nuku'alofa,looking around and also looking for wifi access!!!We went into the local market, which is open everyday except Sunday!all the shops are shut on a Sunday and families attend church.We stopped off at a cafe called 'Friends' had a drink, cool down and tried wifi but it was down cos soooo many people were trying to use it.Popped in next ...
... have been here but I don't know them personally). We are on the other side of the world, day time here, night time at home. It so unreal but so special I have to remind myself that it is real. Tonga is lovely as are all the people we have met. All friendly just like Samoa, waving to us as we pass by. Tonga is more modern than Samoa and is more affluent, there are sone dwellings that are obviously occupied by poorer families but ...
Today was what would seem to be a slow day, but we went nonstop. Linda slept in while I chatted with Merle from the other side of the world. We've been doing that and it is loads of fun. Then Linda got up to a espresso and cappuccino and we started our day with a lecture on dessert making. The executive chef made Crepes Suzette and Tiramisu while the head pastry chef ...