I heard rumors about a shallow lagoon where Man-Eating Green Turtles stalk and prey upon clueless tourists like me.
Since I'm always on the prowl for a potential blog, I decided to risk it all for my faithful readers. (All twenty or so of you).
These terrible terrapins (they aren't really terrapins, but it sounds better this way) lurk on the shoreline waiting for their two-legged meals to arrive. Then when you are in their surf, they pounce! A few will latch on to you and drag you under until they sense your dying quivers. Then they give each other "High Flippers" before the shredding and munching begins.
These are ruthless marine life forms. They strike fear in the hearts of all sea grasses.
They are harmless (gluten free) vegetarians. They are sort of cute too, in a pathetic way. They are on the Endangered Species list.
I had lunch with one. He/she blinked a few times. That was it. This species has basking down to a fine art form. I was humbled and kind of bored just waiting for him/her to do something!
I loved it though.
They live to be around 80. Will he/she remember our brief moment together? I doubt it, but I will.
Good Night from Kona,