I can’t help talking about the food on Kani Island as I like eating very much…heehee. During the several days, we tasted a lot of delicacies there.
Different from other islands, all the food on the island was served free, and several restaurants were almost open all day long and you could go for something to eat almost any time. Attractively enough, all the drinks and beverages were free, too, which was really a good luck for us given such hot weather. When you were thirsty enjoying the coziness of umbrage（树荫）of the exuberant palm trees on a chaise longue by the seaside, you could leisurely go to a bar nearby for a drink. You felt amazingly good under the scorching sunshine with a cold drink in hand.
There were many different cuisines in the restaurant and you could choose whatever you liked there. In the evening, delicious grilled lobsters were served sometimes and you could eat them to the full content of your heart. At every meal, we went to the restaurant in twos and threes and sat at a table near the window. The colorful waters of the sea were shimmering in the sun not faraway from us. The gentle breeze passed through the windows and brought us the smell of the water.
It was a buffet and you just toured around in the spacious hall and chose whatever you liked. I prefered those tasty fried rice or fried noodles, with some vegetable on it. After that, you could fetch some juicy fruits as dessert: pineapples, watermelons, plums, …..and many others I didn’t know the names.
Every night featured a different color on the island. On the night of our arrival, it was white. A beautiful young girl in a purely white skirt was welcoming us on a swing. While we were eating, she smiled at us sweetly. Many guys rushed to take photos with her.
The night was falling, the beach was gradually clear, letting the sea alone near us, murmuring and humming. A quiet night was quietly ruling over the whole island.
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