As it is Kim's last week, this blog is being written by Kim, about Kim, in memory of Kim. Calvin helped. On a side not of Kim though, we would like to give a very warm welcome to the new volunteers - Kian, Shaun, Niki, Alison and Jamie. Also welcome to new staff members Claire and Nici. Bula. And congratulations to the new divers who are now advanced open water divers! Well done you are now an average diver!
A nice reef shark
It has been shark city this week with Kim and Felix surveying their first white tips. Kim obviously winning having survied 4 and Felix losing with a measly 3. As always Kim wins again. Calvin helped again.
Back to Kim, she has been the most wonderful, helpful, lovely, bootiful volunteer this project had ever seen. Oh yeah forgot to mention Cam is leaving too...bye Cam, you were alright i guess. Kim though, she is wonderful (again) and she will never be forgotten.
As we have a new fabulous oven, Kim (no surprise there) made delicious pizzas and garlic bread both almost as good as Kim herself and thats pretty damn fine.
Since Kim leaves this thursday, she thought of the brilliant idea of buying a pig so Mala can kill it and we can eat it. Pig pig pig. We never get meat so a pig is EXCITING. We welcome Pumba the Third with open arms. You can be a big pig too - OI!
When thursday comes it will be a sad day for everyone as Kim leaves (and Cam) but it will be celebrated in proper style with a trip to Suva (Suva Suva) for one last night out. See you in Suva.
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