The tide rapidly takes you away from your present location and hurls you with force toward a small rocky island.  Although the rocks are jagged and sharp, you escape serious injury and heave yourself up the incline to the plateau of the island.  The island is small: no more than fifty paces across, and made up of large boulders which the waves crash against with alarming vigour.

Although mostly barren, there is a single tree growing at the centre of the island.

Investigate the tree.
Examine the rocky island in more detail.
Dive back in to the surf and see where the current takes you.

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