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... my expectations for food. Some of the best meals ever!
So, all of this blog is information only...my personal take. I know no one else experiences things the same way. I do think in a way, our information age has given us an overload that may serve to heighten our expectations and take away from our unique discovery of "firsts" because we have already read about someone ...
... superior...but Indonesia also has sea snakes, land snakes and all sorts of poisonous other-worldy things...I kind of enjoyed the feeling of safety in these clear waters.
We dropped off the second guy on the boat early in the tour and he made lunch on one of the motus. It was really good! There was a big variety of fruit, there was potato salad and delicious grilled yellow-fin tuna. We saw a baby (tern?) I need to look up what it was because I forgot.
... of eskies were loaded onto the boat with us. One of them with food for lunch that included tuna steaks from fish that Teking had only caught that morning. Yum, yum! Within a few minutes of leaving the landing we managed to see a turtle and an eagle ray. We went out to Honeymoon Island where Tai’s offsider waded ashore with an esky that I presumed contained our lunch. Then we went back across the lagoon to our first snorkelling spot.
We both agree ...
... papaya, breadfruit salad, passionfruit and more...and all just there on a beach with no one. This motu was named Maina, but we had come from Honeymoon Island which was so named after a Canadian couple married there several years ago.
Both were just beautiful and we stopped several times in the water just to take it all in. Incredible...this one moves into the top ten enduring moments of all time for us.
... deference to Big Al we head off in search of the Marae ruins. A DVD and a sleep? What does Big Al know? (plenty as it turns out)
Up a dirt track past Cpn Punas jetty, a few locals wave at us and we reach in intersection. Where is the marae? We’re right out the front of the council waste facility, surely they haven’t used the archeological dig as a tip site?
Down a wet grassy track around the back of the tip and into ...