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... did take one break for some dancing, but no one else on the boat was very fun. Only a few other people got up and danced, and then only for a little bit. I didn’t care that I was the only one besides the crew dancing, it was fun.
When we got back to the dock I met up with mom and we went back to the boat. I’d had a little too much rum punch and wasn’t feeling that great, so we took it easy in our cabin for the rest of the ...
... It is very dry, similar to Aruba and, on
average has 350 days of sunshine a year.
This right now is their winter season.
The temperature outside today was a very chilly 81 degrees in the
shade. IN THE SHADE!! They have had a record low of 74 degrees
(time to get the woolies out) and a record high of 96. Again, like Aruba, the island is very flat
with beautiful Atlantic Ocean coast lines.
There is some debate as to whether Grand Turk ...
... and Annie soon followed. Fortunately we did not arrive at our next stop until noon.
The sail into Grand Turk was spectacular. The island is lightly populated but is famous for its seemingly endless beaches. It's part of the Turks and Caicos, so we will be adding a new country to our list. The morning weather was perfect. We relaxed on our balcony as we approached the island.
We were not alone. As ...
Day 5 consisted of our final stop to the beautiful Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos. None of us had been to this port before so we had no idea what to expect. It was definitely different than all other ports in the sense that majority of what there was to do was on the port, right when you got off, which isn't a bad thing. It made it easy for us to just have a nice beach day, no worrying about transportation or getting back in time seeing that our ship ...
... for their flights we all cried and said farewell. Naturally, those around us starred unsure of what was happening. After eating my last bit of Grouper, those on my flight decided we should pass through security. This meant a few more goodbyes to our SAM and another classmate staying on Provo. Through security there was only one room for two departure gates. A couple of us headed to the bar to have a Turks Head beer and to try to calm our emotions. The mood ...