The Tuki Chronicles Part 2: The locals
Part two is my favourite. Not least because these are the people that say good morning to me every day, the people who laugh when I get chased or shit on by a shark, the people who tell me when there’s a new shark, and who help me make sense of this seemingly chaotic situation.
I am, after just a couple of weeks, already extremely fond of my life here. As
blood boiling frustrating as it can be watching tourists trample on these sharks (and they do), or to worry what changes the feeding might instill in their behaviour, it is such a pleasant place out of the water. And I get to swim with whale sharks everyday.
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