Tess had asked me to book a boat trip for the school girls so that they could relax today. We liaised with the animal charity and managed to arrange a trip for today and book for the 16 of us to go this morning. Steve and I drove to Denton Bridge via the African Village hotel where we left a letter for the University of Plymouth party who have arrived and want to visit Nemasu tomorrow. We arrived at the boat in time for departure at 10am. The girls all looked incredibly glamorous, dressed in long skirts or palazzo pants and skimpy tops for sunbathing today. Ayesha was making a film of all their activities, and they were all moving around the boat and posing for the camera. We all relaxed for the day, some of us had a massage or pedicure and all the girls and Steve had a go at fishing although nothing large enough for tea was caught, the biggest item was the anchor! Caught by one of the teachers! The boat moves down the creek through the mangroves, giving opportunity to watch the birds and other boats.
The trip includes breakfast, dinner and afternoon tea and so we returned home well rested and fed. Steve and I then got changed and went to the airport to collect our friend Ann who will be staying for the next few days.