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... each tree. And within each tree
they had other multiple trees intertwined and wrapped around. It was crazy. And
one tree had a bunch of names and things scratched into it and I quickly found
a “Shannon” so that was cool, hah!
We walked to the main street of shops right off the coast of the water. There
were familiar shops like Billabong, Hurley, and Van’s (I got Taylor a present
from there!), but there were a lot of souvenir ...
... s a way better site than Molokini so I was pleased that the winds were high. I didn't find the water too cold but a bit chilly we were out there for over an hour I might get a wet suit next time, Bryan wore one (smart guy)! From there we moved South to approximately mile 12.5 they call this coral town. It was wonderful as well so much undisturbed choral and different varieties of fish to see. We saw a turtle and swam with it for a while it ...
... camping spot under a huge spreading spiky palm-like tree. We set up our tents, then get our swimming gear together, as Leianna is going to take us to a secret pool that's supposedly closed to the public. But L knows a way in! We take a trail for ten mins and then hang about pretending to take pics until we're all alone. Then we nip off the trail the secret way to our private pool. It's pretty off road and goonie-esque, but we get there eventually and all take a dip in the ...
... brother Roger serving drinks and had laid on a spread of goodies, and two lovely ladies gave us all pedicures and manicures. Got a wee bit sunburnt sitting out on the lanai drinking prosecco. Will hopefully calm down a bit by tomorrow :S. We drive back to Leianna's parents around 3pm to meet the boys, who've been busy getting the garden ready for the wedding. We have a quick drink then mark and I head back to the house to chill, have a couple ...
... day, a 2 bed construction with an optional canopy and a table area in between. Luxury compared to lying on a wet towel on the sand! As it was so calm, we grabbed the opportunity to get out in to the sea, surprisingly this was the first Linzi had been in the sea all holiday! After a quick reminder from Ryan on the mask and snorkel, we swam out in to the pacific. The coral was pretty cool, sadly no turtles though. (Apparently there had been sightings that morning but we were ...
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