This morning I tried to make bread (white bread) and it didn't quite work out I used too much water for the type of flour!
Neil and I decided to try to go for a swim at St Pauls Pool which is the eastern most point of the island. We were warned that if the sea around it is rough not to swim. So it is a gentle climb up to ships landing and then down down down to St Pauls. Along the way we see the track to 'down rope' which Brenda says we will do some day when she is free - we are not to attempt this track without a guide.
We get to an area where we can see that there was a landslide maybe a year or 2 ago. Eventually we get to the stairs that take us down to the pool.
After a while we decide to make our way back ... you can see that the area is not as furtile as the land around the township and most definitely the landslip discourages you from building a house up here despite the view ...
He looks okay and is awake but has to stay there for another hour
He is fine and wants to take the ship back home. Brenda will chat to the Captain on Thursday as the Claymore is back on the island on Thursday with the passenger run.
After lunch Lea Ann and Brenda went out fishing with Len, Shaun, Dave and Randy and between the six of them over a few hours they catch around 180 odd fish!
So dinner tonight was Nanwei, Brenda and Len cooked it on their bbq ...