The English muffins were replaced by croissants in today's breakfast. The boat was rocking quite wildly, and Sam thought it'd be too choppy to use the paddle board, but a few couples went on the see through kayak. It took a bit of courage to jump into the sea, but I did anyway. I didn't particularly see much more than yesterday but the coral was very pretty and it actually felt a lot warmer.
It was a very choppy 3 hours return but once back on land I felt like I was still at sea. I checked in at Nomads as a camper rather than just someone who had parked, and then went to look round town to try and find a phone shop because Alice's phone doesn't seem to charge, but there didn't seem to be much or anywhere in the centre that deals with phones. We admired the lagoon and the view the kids have who play on the playground.
We chilled out by the Nomads pool and when it got too cold, made dinner. We were meeting the people from our boat, but wanted to be cheap and not eat the $10 meal deal at The Down Under bar. We got a few jugs of free cocktail to share and me and Alice somehow beat Janina and Markus at pool.
Me and Alice went with the French boys camping next to us to the Phoenix Club, but it was very busy, so decided to try a few others out. We stayed in the Irish Pub for most of the night, dancing to a guy called Patch playing guitar, and when that closed went to 'Mama Africa's' which was safari themed.