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At 0130 hours during David’s watch to Puerto Rico, a black helicopter flew above our boat and we received a call on our VHF. It was the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) for US/Puerto Rico requesting information on our last port of call and our intended destination. Satisfied with our response, they took off in to the night. We arrive at Aguadillla Bay Puerto Rico at dusk when we were visited ...
Sadly this is our last day in Rincon. Up at 8am to get ourselves to Steps Beach for snorkeling. Breakfast of cereal, bananas, fruit smoothie,hot tea. Packed up chairs, snorkels and headed out.
We were one of the first groups here – beautiful snorkeling– fan, brain, antler corals and lots of cool colorful fish. Saw a flounder laying ...
... head back towards Aguadilla.
Before we head home we stop in to say hi to Ann, Burly, Rex and Ingrid. Ann is out raking leaves, I think this is a year-round task. Rex comes by and we tell them about our adventures. Burly has just had a shunt replaced, they hope this is the last so they can get back out on their boat sailing around the Caribbean. We ask it they had seen any whales and they tell us they have seen some the past week. We are ...
... wharf with huge chains and buoys but nowhere suitable to tie a dinghy up. So Captain Pete, Harri, Sarah and Zac got out of the dinghy while Tom and I went back around the bay to tie the dinghy up and walk back via the road. When Tom and I reached the facility there seemed to be a bit of a kafuffle going on the wharf, which included a couple of men, Pete, Harri, Zac and Sarah. Tom and I were quickly despatched to go and get the dinghy immediately! When we ...
... iguanas and arrogant chatty birds passing..and my panic at the first night dragging my tent back and forward seemed pointless... the 20 kilos on my back feels natural and im heading my steps towards port.. not actually knowing where or how far it is...and if im lucky a 'publico' will pick me up... step by step im getting closer..hitching isn't probably wise as most of the drivers seem to be suspicious guys or frightened tourists so i'll just ...