The weather has been absolute shite the last few days with at least a few more days predicted to come. So we haven't been able to get out for a snorkel or a fish: Crappyola. Today we decided to take the kayaks down to Sokez and do the channel for what will more than likely be the last time. It was raining while we unloaded the kayaks, but we weren't to be detered.
With a full moon yesterday is was a case of large tides. The paddle in was great with the tide pushing us, once we got to the halfway point it was like paddling up a waterfall......
Out the other side and time for a break.
"Indianna, I distinctly remember Mummy asking you if you needed to go to the toilet before we left."
One million questions about yesterdays movie and we made it through.
In the still water at the half way point.
The mangroves come right down the water.
Massive ferns everywhere.
Nic and Indi motoring ahead.
Waterfront living. A million dollars anywhere else on the planet.
The reason why the million view is worthless. The locals have their pigs on the water and that combined with the trash that seems to find itself into the water, it makes parts of the island simply unattractive to most. To us it's just how it is and we are going to miss every aspect of living here.