Blue Heaven Island
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... a lot of people want to spend their
honeymoon, and in fact my friend Courtney will be spending her honeymoon here
next year! And I can see why people want to come here because it is
BEAUTFIUL! Amazing rolling hills which
so many different types of trees and plants, bright blue water, secluded
beaches and that’s all just from looking from the ship! This morning we did a
dress rehearsal of “Do You Wanna Dance” which is our by far ...
... BY CIRCLING FEEDING SHARKS! It was pretty intense. Mixed in with the sharks were huge stingrays that swam right up to you. We took our time watching and swimming amongst the sharks and rays. Then back on the boat. Next stop - The Coral Gardens. This place was beautiful. 25 foot deep crystal clear water with coral reaching to within inches of the surface. Fish by the thousands (and one huge moray eel). We swam amongst the beauty for awhile. Next we took a ...
... we were off to our private lagoon for several more hours if snorkeling. More fish and surprises in every nook and cranny. Couldn't find the moray though. That was kinda unnerving. Napoleon let us swim by him for awhile. He likes to keep his distance. Another cracker feeding and we were soon covered up with fish. Awesome time. Early to bed....early to rise....USA kicks off at 6am tomorrow morning! Probably more important - Portugal and Ghana kick off at 6am ...
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... kitchen cooking when we got there. Shaq told us to go for a wander and come back in 30 minutes. So we did.
Lunch was delicious. Yet another variation of raw fish salad, steak, chicken, other salads, fresh fruits, fresh coconut, coconut bread, a delicious pandan ‘dessert’, soft drink, beer. The bowls, and our plates, were woven out of palm leaves. We sat down at a table in the water and fed the fish our left overs, not that there were ...