Castaways on Salt Cay
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... 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!
... went to bed, climbing through my bug net once more.
The worst day of the trip arrived too quickly. A cloud hung over all of us in the morning. After breakfast, one friend (Annalie) and I went to Iris Stubbs Primary School to say goodbye to all the children we came to know. She had been very close to them and I had a few kids that knew me well. Immediately, walking through the gates two little girls ran up to us, hugged us, then grabbed our hands. ...
... I used JMP (a statistical program) to compare average lengths per year. Naturally, this didn't go smoothly as my computer closed the program erasing all my progress. Then I couldn't get it working again. Outreach was changed to just being a movie day for the kids since the center was soaking wet from the storm, so this gave us more of a chance to work on our projects. Our tiny computer lab held more of us than should have ever fit in such a ...
... a fish sleeping in the coral, and bioluminescence. The water was deep and calm making it fun to explore around the ledges and crevices of the cliff. At the end of the snorkel, I was so overjoyed. An octopus was the last marine organism on my list to see before leaving TCI. I've almost finished my list of things to do for the semester, which is giving me an extreme sense of satisfaction.
Yesterday, we had the day to work ...
... to the basketball game. Naturally, the game hadn’t started yet, though we were an hour late for tip off. Waiting for the game to start, we all danced in the bleachers to the mix of songs blasted by the DJ. A bunch of local kids started flocking around us. After a few piggy-back races and playing some hoops with the boys, the game finally started. At half time, we all took off and headed to Derryl’s for some ...