Oh, I just must quickly say the dolphins were unbelievable. Steve and I held Eva, mother of a little one, who was also in the lagoon with us. She kept having to check her little one out. She nurses down by her genitals and we saw the swelling in the pouch. We kissed Eva, and played with Kona, and we and the dolphins performed tricks. It is quite something.
I learned that nylon fishing line takes one million years to break down. Can you believe that? I knew that styrofoam never breaks down, but I was the only one. It breaks down into smaller and smaller pieces which chokes the little guys on the low end of the food chain, and then, they are eaten, and so, it goes. Styrofoam is a very bad thing as we know.
Ironman is today, and that is why all the vigorous road repairing activity. I had been shocked thinking it was a regular thing, but, now know, it is normally just like home The activity was for Ironman. We are advised not to leave today and we won't. It wasn't much of a sacrifice yesterday.
We had dinner in a Japanese restaurant, open to a beautiful garden. I felt I was there, though Steve, who has been there, didn't feel it was quite there, and it was beautiful and incredible.
I spent a great deal of time yesterday watching the clouds and the families. How delightful it is to see the children, parents, and grandparents. I truly felt how I am each one, and all.
We are heading now to Buddha Point to savor the ocean, morning, coffee and a goodie. A joyful day to All!