Good morning. How are you? Feeling up for a walk? We won't go far - we'll head to a special place that I know just out of town. We can stop on the way and have a look at the view of where we are going.
See it? Tucked in the valley.
That is the heart-shaped waterfall, one of the wonders of St Helena, and flowing well after all the rain we have had over the last few weeks.
I thought we might take a stroll up the valley to the bottom of the fall. Ready?
The path is quite easy, a gentle uphill on the way there, following the stream. Not so steep that we can't chat.
There is decking and steps on the trickier bits,
and the trees give a lovely dappled shade, perfect for walking through.
Look - loads of water. In the dry season it can be just a trickle.
These little beauties are called tallow vine or water grass here, but generally are known as climbing dayflower around the rest of the world.
Sometimes the natural distribution of the plants looks so wonderful it could be deliberate. It looks like some secret gardener has had a hand in it.
The spray on your face is beautifully cooling, but also so invigorating it makes you grin inanely and whoop with the joy of it.
The water falls into a shallow pool
which is overflowing through the undergrowth.
Come on, lets retreat a little to the viewing platform and just sit and absorb the day for a while.
Thanks for joining me. It's all downhill on the way back.