Arawak Bay: the Inn at Salt River
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... out of the water to catch fish. For science we deployed the neuston net, a wide net that is trolled on the surface. We caught lots of Sargassum seaweed but also eal larvae, pipe fish, flounder larvae. Lantern fish larvae, flying fish larvae and stomatopods. I will use these as data for my future research ...
... into something fabulous.
Friday morning Jeanne and Ron reluctantly left to fly back to Alaska where it is cold with snow. Going to be a tough transition. After a run for provisions and to make a lost key, George and Shirley hit the beach for the afternoon. This evening we went to the St. Croix Yacht Club Happy Hour where we meet several couples who had moved to St. Croix from the states. It was lots of fun to hear their stories and sailing ...
I was going to catch a space A flight to WA, but the pilots decided they didn't want to accommodate a retiree. A bit frustrating, but the plane ticket was just under $500 for last minute one way. I would of stayed longer, but I am running out of steam and feel a need to get back. There was a flight going to KY tomorrow, but who knows if they would take space A or not. If ...
What a beautiful island. I could probably stay here for awhile, if it weren't for the high costs of food. A great place to drink as all alcohol is tax free. I didn't do any dives or snorkeling. It just felt better to spend the days on the beach or touring the island. I ended up staying one night at the Marriott resort and it was amazing. If I come back, that might be where I stay. A great place to relax and enjoy island ...
... did I know, about a week into the trip, Evan took me on the most amazing hike through the mountains, along the side of the island. We ended up edging our way over huge rocks overlooking the choppy, east-side of the islands, where it's impossible to swim, in order to get to the gem at the end--a gorgeous sea-green tide pool . We had such a great time! We swam in the tide pool for a while, and finally a few other people who had beat us there left. We ...