After a peaceful rest we awoke knowing we didn't have to do much today. We are down to single figure digits of our travels, only 9 days to go. It has been an amazing journey & we can't believe it's nearly over. We had a big breakfast at the bungalows then hired some bikes to explore the island. We headed north along the muddy track past buffalo, cows, geese, chickens, pigs, ducks, cats & dogs. We arrived in the town & had a wander through exploring the different shops. We were both overheating so found a cafe where we could lie down & refluidise whilst playing on the internet & watching a movie. Eventually we decided to move on so paid our bill & boarded our bikes as we headed back the way we came to explore the other end of the island. It was beautiful & peaceful just watching the countryside glide by as we did our best to navigate the muddy pools of the track. We stopped & looked at a few bungalows closer to town as we are thinking of moving. Our current ones are peaceful & have great views but are very basic, & we desperately miss western toilets. We checked out a few but we do love where we are & the food is amazing, so we will just suck it up a bit & toughen up. We continued south & did a full loop of the island & are very happy we did. It's lovely riding past the small houses & farmers tending to their fields or animals. We made it back to the town so had a small feed then continued on to our home. We were both hot so it was a great time for cold showers & relaxing in the hammocks. We made our way back to the restaurant for another amazing home cooked meal & a few drinks as we chatted to Lutz & the others staying here. After being dry all day the heavens opened about 10.30pm so we said our goodnights & returned to the bungalow to watch the lightning & listen to the rain on the tin roof. There are not many better sounds in the world. This put us both into deep sleeps, knowing that we have just as much to do tomorrow.