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17th October 2010
big splash #2
a couple of days ago i went on a short walk and sat on these boulders taking pictures of the waves crashing through them. the path had finished, but the boulders kept on going around the coast so i decided to continue, jumping and climbing from one to the next. when i got to a section where there was no way forward i turned to look back and found the exit wasn't as simple as the entrance. weighing up my options i went for the next best alternative and headed inland to the jungle. i found a trail, or at least some flattened ground where someone (or something) had walked before. when this path thinned out i used my john locke style tracking skills to try and work out the best route, convinced that a clearing or road was just around the corner. it wasn't and as i ventured deeper i just got sweatier, thirstier and itchier. when the trail i was following stopped at a big boggy marshland i knew it was time to either commit or turn back. an hour and a half later i was back at this boulder, turns out the original exit was a lot easier than the jungle alternative.

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17/10/2010
big splash #2
a couple of days ago i went on a short walk and sat on these boulders taking pictures of the waves crashing through them. the path had finished, but the boulders kept on going around the coast so i decided to continue, jumping and climbing from one to the next. when i got to a section where there was no way forward i turned to look back and found the exit wasn't as simple as the entrance. weighing up my options i went for the next best alternative and headed inland to the jungle. i found a trail, or at least some flattened ground where someone (or something) had walked before. when this path thinned out i used my john locke style tracking skills to try and work out the best route, convinced that a clearing or road was just around the corner. it wasn't and as i ventured deeper i just got sweatier, thirstier and itchier. when the trail i was following stopped at a big boggy marshland i knew it was time to either commit or turn back. an hour and a half later i was back at this boulder, turns out the original exit was a lot easier than the jungle alternative.

here's the original