Inn At Grace Bay
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... off donut hole section - almost as if ensuring that we all keep out. =)
I liked the needle and trumpet fish but there were plenty of other fish, including the always beautiful parrot fish.
Of course, we needed to end the day with Brian kiting. We went back to Long Bay for a kite session. Since the wind was light, Brian who had been riding his 10 meter Lithium, needed a larger kite. We went back to our place ...
... Executive gave her a lecture on how all the machines worked and what the best settings were. And then he got his wife to take a picture of him in front of the machines.
I could not believe it. Why would you want a photo of you and a washing machine on holiday?
But that wasn't the end of it, because, and I promise I am not making this up, he then said to his wife "do you want to take some video now?", and she did.
I could not resist ...
... spot. Thanks to Alex's fish flips book, we determined we saw parrotfish, wrasse, and many other things I can't remember off the top of my head. Unfortunately, my camera's battery died halfway through the snorkel. Brian thinks that that combined with the GPS was a sign I was using too many electronics. It was a shame because at the end of the snorkel, I spotted 2 lobster hiding under a rock.
And then off to the ...
... the right. We were greeted with rum punches on our arrival at The Alexandra. Quickly checked in and made it to room 3307. Our condo faces the pool with a view of the ocean. It is decent with a kitchenette. There is the musty odor in the room. It's a VRBO rental so we don't even try to change rooms... Not sure if other rooms have the same problem. Time to get changed into swim ...
... early to call it day, so we prepared to get underway again. Justin hopped off of We Don't Neaux to finish out the day aboard with us. We hadn't been moving five minutes when we heard Captain Sterling on the radio saying something about their anchor. We couldn't quite understand what they were saying, and they weren't responding to our inquiries, so we just idled until we could see them making moves. Finally, Amber called us up to let ...