There are no monkeys here. No-one has really been able to tell us why it is called Monkey Mia, something to do with a British explorer naming it after his ship or something.
But Monkey Mia is known for the dolphins, especially the 'dolphin interaction'. They come into the shallow waters everyday and get fed by the park rangers, during which time the rangers gives a talk about dolphins in general. Quite a good experience and Servane even managed to feed one of them.
Saw the giant pelicans on the beach, with a wingspan of apparently over 3 meters.
Spent our night at a place called Eagle Bluff just outside the resort. You are supposed to see sharks from the top and although we didnt see any, we did catch the sunrise in the morning.