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... comes as no surprise to locals and guests alike.
Seafood, of course, is a popular item. Tourists and locals both enjoy crawfish, conch, land crabs, and fish such as grouper, yellowtail and red snapper. For breakfast, boiled fish and grits are a favourite, as is homemade island bread. And of course there is the duty free shopping!! If you are after a diamond, apparently, this is the place to come (Carribean).!!
... slightly shallower spot and drop the anchor. No land to be seen. 12-15ft of crystal clear water. Bit choppy for dinghy launching so the planned fish BBQ with the inspiration crew was canceled but a swim was almost mandatory.
I could feel the Florida smog washing out of me.
Up early for the next leg. today was yet another superb sailing day. Light breezes kept me tuning the sails to keep up with Tony on S.V Inspiration.
... we opened the door to check them, Adalia woke up crying. Tom told me to get a table at the restaurant and he would be there shortly. After sitting alone at a table for half an hour I returned to the room. Apparently Adalia was moments away from being asleep. Well she wasn't now. I decided even though I hadn't eaten since breakfast, to call it a night. Adalia continued to scream for another 15 minutes before calming down and eventually falling ...
... and Charles got the rest. A profitable day for them. The sky got dark and it started to thunder, so we were concerned for the parasailers. Turned out that Dee Dee and Mike didn't get to go on the jet ski because of lightening, and only Celeste got to parasail before they had to stop for the weather. We walked over to the tender boat and everybody was trying to leave at the same time. We made it on board and were off to the cruise ship. We did have ...
... headed back to the ship to catch our 11 a.m. tour of the Atlantis Resort, a gargantuan development on Paradise Island across from the Cruise Ship terminal. The development includes man made lagoons for water sports and salt water aquariums. Our tour concentrated on the aquariums, which were huge! Full size sharks, rays, sawfish, groupers, eels, compete for attention with exotic reef fish and lobsters-all ...