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... to see them in such deep water in the wild. They were so free and un-injured! I have another awesome video of them both, which I'm very proud of!
The combination of the speedboat, salt water and seaweed effectively turned my hair in dreadlocks during snorkeling. It was worse than its ever been (strangers were coming up to me and commenting), so once we were back on land, we headed back to the cabana for a lush warm shower. We billed for a bit before going for ...
... sand. Other than walking the main form of transport is golf buggy. There aren't any proper beaches here which I guess is what has kept the expensive hotels away. On the north edge of the island is The Split, so named after a hurricane or whatever physically separated the island from another. It is maybe 20metres wide. This is considered the "beach" or sunbathing spot, but you are ...
... but where we were staying was the "town" are you can walk around the entire "town" section in about and hour. East to west is separated by 3 streets, front street being the first street on the eastern side followed by middle street and lastly the back street. After our sightseeing we headed to the shops to pick up some rum and mix for cocktails and enjoyed sundowners on the rooftop of our hotel. Our rooftop was the highest building in town an offered spectacular 360 ...
... stay in Dirty Mcnastys. It's up there with one of the worst decisions we made on this trip. You could argue it's almost as bad as Steven Woodys decision to drive to Galway rather than meet us in Searsons for a pint because he felt Galway was easier to get to from his apartment in Cherrywood. Ladies and gentlemen I give you Steven Wood. Anyway the hostel was dead, the room was fairly **** and we were paying a hefty price. That didn't stop ...
... and have to hand in when leaving.
Before we had the chance to board, we were hit by a sudden storm that went from a nice little sprinkling of warm, soft rain in the air to the tropical equivalent of the ice bucket challenge. Everyone crowded into the harbour master's office until it passed over in a few minutes.
Ironically I had been explaining to Jess that out of habit I tend to pull out my backpack's water proof cover and pull it over the entire bag every ...
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