The water tends to stay quite cool, since it is in constant shade. However, one can not count on it being in the clear, refreshing state it was in on this trip. Sometimes it becomes very foul and brown or green. Basically, it receives salt water from the ocean from splashes, and fresh water from rain and run-off. When it fills with fresh water, it becomes foul. Therefore, it tends to be best after storms which include strong winds (for large splashes) but little or no rain.
Now, I need to apologize for the sound on this video. I forgot to turn the microphone on to start with. Then I screwed the sound up when Olga was saying "Hi" to friends and family members by name. Sorry about that. If you are a friend or family member and you don't hear Olga say your name, blame me! I'm sure that she said it while I was screwing up the sound.
I hope you can enjoy the video anyhow!
Total time: 2 minutes, 26 seconds.