A huge dolphin playing at our bow. A whole pod of them played by us and rod the bow wave for quite a while as we sailed from Reunion to Madagascar. They were some of the biggest dolphins we'd ever seen.
Jason playing around, looking through the silicone hotpad we use to keep the bowls of dinner from sliding around while we eat.
Karen looking back at him through her silicone hotpad.
This typewriter is still used here! Not for our clearing in, though. Just a handwritten receipt for us.
One of the flat cargo carts making the crossing on the causeway between the main town and this little island, Ilot Madame, where Customs and the Coast Guard are. These carts get overloaded and pushed along the roads to deliver cargo from the ferries to all the destinations here. That white box is a chest freezer on the cart. This is a pretty light load compared to what we saw being pushed through town.
One of several very bald tires on a delivery truck. Hey, if it still holds air, it still works.
A cat sitting on a roadside stall on a back road in ISM. It never flinched at the ducks and ducklings parading around below him.
Jason and I stopped here to rest and read our guide books on the island. I like the bent coconut palms over the water.