Aquamarine Beach Houses
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- Tennis Court
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Outdoor pool
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... in front of it before it turned bad. Oh boy! We pulled anchor at 0700 hours. As we headed out the waves was to our backs and the wind was at 90 degrees. Perfect day for sailing! We were able to sail for the majority of the 10 hour trip to Turks and Caicos. The last 15 miles we came into the old familiar head winds and waves to our bow.
There was an hour were I was on pins and needles. We had thunder and lightning all around us. I could see it develop ...
... I don't know if it's because we are using the credit card with my name on it but the cash register asked me if I was OK with Brian getting his M&Ms. I thought it was hilarious since the cash register at the grocery store asked me the same thing a few days before. I have to say that we have both lost weight. Maybe the women still think that Brian doesn't need to be eating M&Ms or at least that I shouldn't be paying for it! LOL.
Waking up to clear blue skies we had our first swim(wash!) for 4 days - a little overdue maybe! Still no sight of the main Island but several motor boats near by with divers on meant we were not that far from civilisation! Soon we spotted a friendly single dolphin who wanted to swim around the boat whilst we ...
... before our flight to take a quick walk around the area after breakfast at a local coffee shop. Thinking we had planned accordingly, we arranged for a cab to pick us up in time to hit the local supermarket before catching the flight to Salt Cay. Salt Cay is a very small remote island that doesn't have much in the way of amenities, groceries, drink etc. We were told ...
... br> crystal-clear, and we could see the bottom was carpeted by so-called 'turtle grass', which is what turtles feed on.
After paddling through the mangroves, we turned back and into relatively open ocean. Unfortunately we were paddling against the current and against a nasty cross-wind, and I didn't think I was going to be able to make it to our next destination. With some help from the American, we eventually made