Of course, no vacation can last forever. Otherwise it wouldn’t be vacation.
Or it might be life in Kenya. But that was 16 years ago for me. I digress…
I would be remiss if I didn’t mention the one thing that I talked about nearly non-stop while we were on the island: Dolphins. I wanted to see one in the wild. Badly.
But we never did. We heard stories of how they frequently swam by but they weren’t around during the week we were there.
Until the morning we were leaving!
|There were actually three dolphin – swimming and
feeding right near the resort.
It was pretty cool to stand outside, watching the dolphins play while drinking our coffee, along with the entire resort staff.
Some final shots…
|Yok Ha’s great staff.|
|Saying goodbye as we pull away.|
|A much smoother ride back.|
|Stacie and I loved our full-time waiter, Ezekiel.
This was his first job – he was there on a trial basis.
We gave him a glowing review and he whispered to us
as we left, “I got the job!!”
|Pastor, our able captain.|
Ah, Yok Ha, we’re going to miss you…