about his culture. We learned a lot about the kind of fruits and vegetables like snake beans. In all of our travels we never saw anything like it. It was long and kind of skinny. It was also hollow and you tap it and hear a hollow sound. The Snake bean had a lot of seeds that were spread out all over and none of them were close to each other inside it. The seeds were strapped to the side with a spider web like substance.
When he finally left we drove the dingy in. When we got on shore we went to a birthday party that the locals had invited us to. A baby was having his first birthday and not knowing anything that's going on around him. We brought balloons that were all popped by the end of it. But either way they loved them while they lasted. I was glad to be able to show them how to use them how to use them. After the balloons we brought out six marbles and played with the kids with them. We also gave the baby a
toy car and then we left. We were on our way to the volcano. To get there we had to take a very bumpy truck up a rough road to the crater. There was volcanic ash every where and felt as soft as sand. The volcano was shooting out lava globs that did not even get to close but when you hear the thunder like sound it makes you jump and all your hair on your body stands up. Even when you try not to always jump when you here it. Then after the long day we went back to our boat to get some rest.