There was a nice wood boardwalk for us to see the mangroves, fiddler crabs and mudskippers.
Cannon informed us that these little seedlings fall from the trees, implant themselves in the mud and start new mangrove trees.
The boardwalk was a nice leisurely walk, but then the path crossed the road and headed up into the wilderness. It was extremely snake-y looking, but I took the lead and told those snakes to "shoo" - seemed to have worked as we didn't see any!
|Going up to the wilderness..|
|View from the top.|
We didn't see any crabs this big...
After our little walk, we head toward the coast to find a beach. As we drove down through the farm fields, I commented to Stevie that the best beaches were always at the end of a farm road...
And sure enough, this one didn't disappoint. At the end, we found the most beautiful, remote, pristine beach. It was heaven!
We spent some time going for a long walk, then Stevie and I sat and contemplated life while the kids played around. I decided that the color of the water, which has always eluded an exact color description, will forever be known to me as "Okinawan blue". Nothing like it in this world!
|I think this one of the kids is really funny. They just all have unique expressions.|
|I guess London didn't make the cut on this family photo.|