Instead the team quickly pin-pointed another place that could be interesting, Coral Harbour on the west side of the island. We parked the car at the edge of the forest and ventured in. We soon came to a canal where Nikita took pictures of a playful school of fish.
We kept hiking further down and took a trail that would lead us to the water. Along the way we saw lots of Australian pine, an invasive species of tree that is smothering the ground with its needles, preventing indigenous plants from growing.
We eventually reached the edge of the water and spent time exploring the beach. When we were ready to turn back we realized that we hadn't really been keeping track of our path. Luckily these trails are frequently used for horseback riding, therefore following the hoof prints seemed like the best idea. We kept snapping pictures along the way to help us remember which places seemed best for activities.