Day 4: Rest day on Pandan Is.

Pandan Island. Fortunately the return boat looked a bit safer than the one we came over on.

Pandan Island. Fortunately the return boat looked a bit safer than the one we came over on.

eating became a priority.

Like any hungry cyclists: eating became a priority. This was lunch!

The hermit crabs come pretty big round here.

The hermit crabs come pretty big round here.

They come pretty small too ...

and pretty small too ...

Sunset, Pandan Island.

Sunset, Pandan Island.

Cool vegetation.

Cool vegetation.

Pandan Island bar. There's only one resort on this island. Owned by two French guys (one pictured here) - they've owned for about 30 years. Was pretty quiet while we were there - just a few Belgian dudes with their Filipina wives.

Pandan Island bar. There's only one resort on this island, owned by two French guys (one pictured here) - they've owned it for about 30 years. Was pretty quiet while we were there - just a few Belgian dudes with their Filipina wives.

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