|It was pretty much a classic tropical island paradise|
We got into Santo at 2 am on Wednesday morning. The ship got to Ambae where a whole pile of people was waiting to go to a wedding on the other side of the island. It took an hour and a half to load them into the ship going one speedboat-full at a time in a protected cove. It took four and a half to unload them on the other side. That delayed our trip.
|Jason and Ryan were rolling around in the sand.
Now they look breaded and ready for the frying pan.
We spent the day there, diving off the dock, playing frisbee, wrestling in the sand and swimming. We had a picnic for lunch and the more tender-hearted among us fed scraps to the pig. I’m totally over pigs and chased the damn creature away from my basket when it tried to steal my bread.
We got back to the house sunburned and happy before dinner. Seriously, the most beautiful place I’ve ever been swimming.