Here are some photos of a walk (our only walk) during our (very wet) holidays.
At low tide, we walked across the coral reef (this is all dead coral, not very exciting to look at) to a small island in Turtle Bay. We saw sea snakes and loads of sea-slugs (beche-de-mer in French from which we get Bishlama, the name of the pidgin English here, from its roots in the trade of sea-slugs and other commodities many years ago).
On our way back I was more than knee deep in water, which for the children was quite something!
Here we are walking around the island.
Here are some tree-roots which I found totally fascinating. I imagine they must be mangroves.
And here's a lovely picture of Glen with Matthew.
Despite the constant rain we did have a lovely time. Yes, I know this is a tropical climate, but the rain was so unusual that the road to Talua from town was flooded and cut off for a whole day. This has not happened for at least twenty years.