The first thing she did.
The doorway of our little cabin.
My feet, also Lammy.
Does anyone know what kind of plants these are? The stalks are hollow.
The view from the north side of the island.
This is a picture Never asked me to take.
More glistening prettiness.
Don't be fooled, she's probably singing "Kenya is an island and its got a lot of butts," or something.
This is a pyramid with gloves nailed to it.
Someone's back yard!
The yard beside us was a lawn of little yellow and white flowers. Kawaii! ^_^
A yacht club, it also has houseboats moored there.
Off to the beach!
Um.. An omen?
These crazy kids were silent as they rode by us.
Here we are, and there is a little archway built.
Never looks cute in that hat, her pig-tails are sticking out the back.
Bron trying to play beside a class of rock-throwing kids (not pictured.)
These metal sculptures are all over the island. I assume one of the residents is a metal artist.
Gay seniors ahoy!
She's so sweet when she's sleeping...
Iced cream. I had a double americano. *o*
Off to snake island! It's uninhabited.
On the way, we discovered a kid-sized fort.
What will we find on this mysterious island?
Looking back, we reflect on our current solitude.
There is an ancient fountain, was this place once civilised?
The woodlands are claustrophobic, but we bravely march to our destiny.
We've found the kids' firepit.
She blinked. :P
Somebody left their sunglasses behind.
There is a lot of this garbage around.
I like this one.
THE TALLEST MAN-MADE, FREESTANDING STRUCTURE IN THE WORLD.. (for now.)
On the way back we find a part of a fishing rod.
We didn't make this.
But we destroyed it!
Is that a footprint in the sand?
It looks like some kind of monolith, doesn't it?
A victim of the city, it's time to go back.
This flower was on our street, does anyone know what it is?
The girl on the right is our hostess, Hilary.
This is not what I expected from the serenity of the hammock.
Most of the residents ride bicycles.
There is no running on the dock.
For people who do not know, we are going to the CITY.
The pump reassures me.
Four days gone and the cat is not happy.
Then I had to give my mom's camera back. I mourn it. :(