Trying to nurse a hangover when it's 38deg+ is pretty hard work. Needing to hydrate yourself when all the water I had tasted like a swimming pool with a fresh dose of chlorine! Yuk!
We battled on.
Walking the length on the beach to peri peri divers to see what time the safari was, took some effort, especially as the last 200m are up some severe steps! News was bad, due to the lack of sharks, know one even wants to try, meaning no safari for us!! So it turned into a lazy day, I slept in the shade on the beach, finished my 6th book and did little.
The past two lunches we have been to the Market and brought eggs, bread and tomatoes and made some pretty good sandwiches. I could manage two meals today so egg was on the menu again.
Just before I gave up on the day we bumped into the trio, and they suggested we head to the whale shark lecture with them. I had forgotten!
The lecture was a lot less factual, and the most frequent words that came from his mouth when asked questions were "I don't know". Must be hard, but know one knows where whale sharks go when they ate adults. The only sharks they have here are adolescent males, and it's the case all round the world.. So where are they? He's broken some records, found that they are the deepest diving fish ect. I very much enjoyed the talk, and had a pretty good conversation with him at the bar after. This is meant to be peak time of year for sightings he said. This time last year we saw 50 in one place!! This was the number one spot in the world for manta and whale sharks, the plankton has disappeared and they don't know why or when it will be back... Emotional goodbyes once again, real nice bunch,I can only hope we
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