With an added day in Ramena, we took the opportunity to catch up on entries. Unfortunately the internet was still not working, but we wrote, edited photos, and enjoyed views of the bay. We watched local kids play in the sand - burying the little brother, endlessly filling up plastic bags with water then dumping them in holes they'd dug, waiting impatiently for the tide to go out so they could start a soccer game on the beach, etc. It was a day to recharge ourselves and our electronics.
All three were pretty, but underwhelming after our trip to la Mer Emeralde. We were bascially on the open ocean, so the wind was strong and the waves rough. Craig spotted one little sandbar that sort of jutted out into the water at one bay, so we attempted a quick swim. The shape of the bay and rocks around the sandbar made it a point where waves from different directions crashed into each other and zig-zagged across in a weaving pattern. It was interesting and beautiful, but way too rough to actually swim. We were quickly tossed back to shore.
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