Tonga's last




Many of Tonga's islands are atolls and only just above sea level. Whenever there is a big tide or the sea level rises, part of the island gets flooded. The palm trees don't like wet feet in salt water and they die.



I find it annoying too, when the water is shallow... you can neither go by boating nor swimming.



All these problems don't seem to bother the Chinese boat people much. They are living on board. No matter if the boat is grounded or afloat.



My last days are still quite rainy.



The right kind of weather for shopping in the market.



and to say good bye to my kind banana man



and to the crew at Toni's place.



Oink oink!



That's it, take it easy 'til next time
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