Castaways on Salt Cay
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... are wall dives which is great. We stopped in Grace Bay area again for some tacky tourist photo's what would a vacation be without those.
From there we made out way to the "Doit Center" yes that is the name very much like a home depot so of course the Skippers Birthday continued to be great...next to West Marine it's his favorite place to be :-)
Mango Reef was our dinner location here is my review. Great atmosphere lots of out door ...
... the pool area Craig started chatting with a nice group from Boston who are here for a couple of weeks enjoying some heat. What will we do without Craig's open and inviting personality he can befriend any group and is always open to walking the docks and chatting with our neighbours we can learn from that. Back to the boat for another round of dice, hard to believe this is the last night with the Gibson's on board the 12 days of flew by so fast.
... play "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star"!!! So fun.
We sat and watched the other ship in port leave. Quite an undertaking to back up and maneuver those huge things. Tom watched them draw up the ropes and such before they took off.
A couple we sat with at the wine tasting yesterday walked by and we invited them to sit with us as we enjoyed Opal's music and some pina coladas! They are an older couple and very nice. Ted & ...
... landing and it is widely considered that his winding up there
really put the Turks and Caicos islands on the global map for tourism.
On to our day. We had a ticket which allowed us to use the
hop on hop off bus service for tourists.
We had no idea where the stops actually were but we thought it would
allow us to explore the historical parts of the island at our leisure. The idea is that you hop off the bus and
another would ...
... the semester was about to leave, and I had to say farewell. It was one of the hardest moments for me, as I realized then how many people I would say goodbye to that I may never see again. Me and my friend walked over to our favorite intern. She always makes me laugh. We chatted while our intern oversaw the guest book which everyone had to sign on their way out. Next to us, on the wall, was all our heights and names that have been placed to leave our mark on ...