We had fun searching for cool pieces of coral that had washed up on the beach.
And avoiding the crazy sand crabs that bury themselves in the sand.
I spy a creepy little crab!
After the hike back to the house we made it just in time for breakfast!
Egg whites and Guava.
I am a fan of all fruits.. I have found only one fruit I don't like.. those pear-apples.. and now guava.. It has a gooey texture that I'm not a fan of and just not flavorful at all! Did I just pick a bad one?
Some family went on a fishing charter, so Brent and I stayed home with the kids and hung out at the pool while they went and did all the work..
Sami my brother in law reeled in a 10 ft MARLIN!! The captain said he has only caught 12 marlins in all the thousands of charters he has been on! So we felt pretty lucky, They also caught 13 tuna!
Sorry for the gruesome picture.. they had to cut off the head of the fish to fit in the cooler...
Naturally, guess what we had for dinner..
Yellowfin Tuna! (They have to process the Marlin meat, which they explained is more like steak then a flaky fish?)
We headed to poi poi beach to snorkel. I decided to just chill beachside.
Didn't last very long.. The sand was hot and we just were sunned out for the day so we packed up quick and went out for dessert.
I had a few friends & tweets recommend the wishing well! AKA.. a old white van. I wasn't to impressed by it though. The guy making the cones was high as a kite.. & pretty sure it wasn't from a "sugar high" from one to many snowcones.. and we found a hair or uh... two.
See.. I was happy with my little bowl of sugar.. Just to be disappointed.. it went in the trash about 1 minute after this picture was snapped...To bad so sad.
Although, it made a great story... and I guess there is another "wishing well" on the island.. So maybe we just picked the wrong one.. (obviously.) We spent the rest of the night hanging out with fam and chatting away.
The next day we went on a catamaran! Can't wait to share, until tomorrow..
Q. Do you love or hate Guava?
Q. Has anyone ever tried Marlin?