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... allows the juveniles, who need to breathe more frequently than the older turtles, the chance to be on a healthy reef but close to the surface. We also have a one eyed porcupine fish who we have named Steve who lives on the north side of 'Turtle Reef'. He appears to get on very well, despite only being able to see one side of his boy. Can't wait to see what next week brings ...
... I was passed by a dog and a rather large pig, neither seemed to notice me.
The view from the bay is spectacular, with thirty or so yachts anchored in the picturesque bay. A few more days here will be nice before we head to the BVI's (British Virgin Islands) where Kathie and I will spend our last days together before Kim and James come aboard and Kathie catches a plane back to New York then Dubai and onto New Zealand.
To be ...
... little dinghy and set off for the beach. Oh joy! everything worked well. Except I forgot to pack the meat into the cooler bag!What a total idiot I felt. After a quick dash home, everything was rectified and the cooking went well. Scrumptious and delicious is all I can say. And now I'm so looking forward to next Christmas as well.
For Christmas, lots and lots of the mega yachts arrive. Sometimes there are so many, they have to moor out in Simpson bay. ...
... I love that space.
I noticed a new building going up next to DV (to the west) and was informed it is a new restaurant being built by none other than Didier! Yes, THE Didier!
Went home and was treated to Dumpa playing at Blanchards – he was loud, but he quit at 9:30pm and it was a real pleasure to hear him again, I have not heard him since the old Altamer days.
Friday – 5/3 – last day – so painful. We had a ...
We spent the next day at sea recuperating and relaxing.
Our third Port of Call was Oranjestad, Aruba. This is a Dutch island and its capital received its name from a Dutch King back in the 1700s. The royal family is known as the Royals of Orange, thus Oranjestad (the city of Orange). Aruba was known for its gold mines. Our guide told us this story (how true ...