|We lounged for another day on the beach. We needed a day of rest. Unfortunately, another person in our group has tested positive for malaria. This time it is one of the group leaders, the co-driver, Ben. As a typical Australian who likes to rough it, he doesn't wear long pants or insect repellant, nor does he take anti-malaria tablets. He doesn't seem to be too worried about malaria and he does a good job of shrugging it off and continuing as if nothing's wrong. What's really worrisome is that our group leader, Kathy, also has symptoms of malaria. She's overly fatigued, no appetite, headache. People are worried. Instead of selling trinkets, the locals should sell bug spray and bug nets. They'd make a fortune from our group.