Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Clam Digging on Jebudo Island

This past Saturday, my school's manager organized a trip for all of us to go clam digging on Jebudo Island. Being a country girl, I had no idea how to dig for clams before we went, and afterwards, I still have no idea. I did have a lot of fun though, walking on the muddy beach and digging random holes.
Lauren shows our new teacher, Janice, how do we do things around here.
Milton, Dave, Matt, and Jonny showing off their bamboo stick fighting skills on the beach.
After we gave up on the digging, we explored the beach and did a little rock climbing.
This was our lunch. There were grills built into the tables of the restaurant and they brought us big baskets full of shellfish which we had to cook ourselves. Seeing the shells open up and boil right in front of me, almost made me want to become a vegetarian. What was good was the octopus cooking in the top left dish. All in all, the day was a great time spent outside under the sun, relaxing, laughing, and having fun.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Glad that you are not having all work and no play! Looks like a fun experience.
Grandma K

Megan said...

I like how you enjoyed the octopus...but were squemish about the clams:) Ha!