Sapphire Village Resort at Sapphire Beach
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Mapped on the ground with walking papers and an iPad and GPS unit five distinct roads or areas. Took a tour of the island and added the sights and route to a google map to get an overall view of the height and width of the island. Also got my second sand sample for geology's sand ...
Checked out of Sopers hole in BVIs and off we head for St Thomas in US Virgin Islands to stock up Ellisa before we start our 4 day sail west. A fab sail and let's hope we get the same good winds and seas when we leave. Not to be disappointed 3 cruise liners in port when we arrive and lots of waddling Americans! Fully stocked we head round to Brewers bay by the airport for our final swim in shark free ...
... of it! We stay and talk with them for a little while before continuing on. Our next store is an antique store and Amb finds two antique coin pendants that she really likes, but we are going to wait and see if we find any others that she likes better considering that this is just our first full day here. There are so many jewelry stores with all the same stuff that it makes you dizzy. Some of the venders are very pushy (sorry to stereo type, but ...
... Guana Shack where Erin asked the bartender to recommend a rum drink. He made her a Hubba Bubba which was made with pineapple, coconut, raspberry, vanilla and banana rum with just a little cranberry juice for color and a little sprite. She had two of them. I tasted it and it was amazing! I had a bottle of water. We got on board shortly after 6:00.
We got showers and headed to the Golden Dining Room. When ...
... did some snorkelling. We had to wear a life jacket (helped you stay afloat so you wouldn't touch the bottom of the lake and therefore hurt the wildlife). I got to hold a Sea Cucumber which was pretty neat.
Oh yes, we also got a little snack at the half mark which consisted of one small chocolate bar (Kit Kat to be exact). This was to keep our energy up.
After docking our kayaks on the shore, we went for a short walk to see some of ...