Castaways on Salt Cay
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Travel Blogs from Salt Cay
... he would build a large
fence to keep the natives out. I don't
think he even realised what he was saying was offensive. He was simply too stupid for words.
Our last few minutes
on the island were spent looking around the port shops and we did find a few
nice things here. I am going to finish
up now….sea day tomorrow and one last update from us before we come home.
Toodle loo. Oh...we won the trivia AGAIN this morning!
... Annalie and I had to pull away and run down the road to get away. We had only a few minutes to get back to the center to catch the ferry, so we ran through town, followed by the puppy (Spike) of one of the boys. We grabbed our bags and took them to the ferry where everyone from the center was gathered. It was time to say goodbye. Tears were flooding from everyone's faces as we hugged our interns, professors, and staff as well as my favorite dog, ...
... were greeted by our dogs Fluffy and Brindle who were sitting patiently on the beach. We began our trek through the water towards a sandbar. Our dogs tried to follow us out but gave up after a few yards. We reached the white sandbar where we laid in the inch deep water and soaked up some sun. After a little while, we began the rest of our hike to the rocks. Bare feet weren't a good choice as we climbed the small jagged cliff, but we made it to the ...
... us to HDL, Shark alley, and Admiral's. At HDL, we saw tons of life, and used our time to just be weird in the water. Handstands, flips, and crazy maneuvers were happening under water the whole time. Shark alley was typical with lots of life. Admiral's was super relaxing. We just floated around looking for especially cool things. We were successful in spotting a Flamingo's Tongue as well as a cute Christmas Tree Worm. Our snorkel group has grown so ...
... 8220;EPSOM PAST.” The book is about a small community in the UK that was famous for its healthy waters and spas.
After the formal part of the meeting, we mingled with many of the others present. We finally got a chance to meet JoAnn from Schertz. Although on the cruise, her husband is wheelchair bound and was unable to attend the event.
At 1630, we were off to our couples massage. I’m not a wimp, ...