“Adventures of an IMP” Part IV: Row, Row, Row your boat…

Saturday 5 January 2008
 6:55 pm

We awoke before sunrise, just, and pulled the IMP down to “The Rope” and rowed upstream to where it split. From there we went across to “The Worm”. Even more rowing upstream, as we rowed up “The Worm” to the base of “The Eye” (a mountain. For some reason none of us thought that  “Mount Eye” would sound quite right). We named it that because of the view. It was like looking through a giant’s eye. From the summit you could see to the edges of the island. It was amazing; looking out over the rivers, coconut palms, sand dunes, valleys and seas, such seas, glittering and sparkling and crashing against the coral reefs and washing the beaches. Also, you were able to see a lot of the island’s inhabitants. Here is a list of the animals we saw:

  • Monkeys
  • Parrots (green and blue ones)
  • Trout
  • Crayfish
  • Wild Boar

Although we could not see all the animals (or insects, for that matter) there were definitely other living beings on the island. Like the U.F.I. and a sort of animal that makes a grinding noise at night.
Tomorrow will be spent at the “Harbour”.

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T.B.C.

  

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