Toms feeling much better already. A good sleep, and plenty of water.
Dish trip was really good although we were mislead to thinking we were allowed to drink as many soft drinks as we want... And we'd get to fish.
About an hours ride to the island, once we were there we had a snorkel, and although the visibility was rubbish there were plenty of new fish. Parrot fish, stone fish, and huge versions of our previous discoveries in Moz.
We had lovely lunch of crab and tomato stew with rice and salad. I tried to eat, but really struggled. One meal a day has started to take it's tole.
We walked around the island with three new people. Jo was English and from Shropshire, Eve and Gregor were partners and Scottish. Eve and Jo were doctors working in Blantyre, Malawi. Gregor came to visit Eve from Scotland and they have all driven down together.
Turns out both Jo and Eve have had a malaria tablet stuck in their throat before, they said it will get better soon, and there isn't much you can do to speed it up.
We found a stunning beach, White sands, turquoise waters and palms. Stunning. The boat picked us up, and they even mentioned they may be able to give us a lift to Tofo tomorrow! Fingers crossed.
Couldn't eat anything that night but did sleep well.