Hotel Restaurant Roomer
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... were scoping it out we met a guy from Brazil who was just waiting for a buddy so he came with us, It worked out great and he gave me a hand getting in and out so I didn't impale my self on a piece of rusty medal sticking up from the pier at face level. Alot to see there. We saw a turtle, many trumpet fish , sponges and coral we hadn't seen before! Also saw Blue Chromis, Striped burrfish, Midnight Parrotfish, rainbow parrotfish, Banded Butterfly fish... ...
... After a little bit of souviner shopping and recounting our adventures, we headed back to the ship. In was on the walk back that we encountered a somewhat exciting animal walking along the waterfront – an Iguana. I think it liked having its photo taken as it kept posing for us.
Unfortunately not everything to do with the day was pleasant. While waiting in the post office to get some postcard stamps, one of the older passengers started to get angry at the ...
... I saw a turtle and took that as a sign that all would be ok. Well, I ended up going out twice and I saw at least five turtles that day. I think Brian worried a little bit that I would decide to stop kiting because he kept telling me after that everybody goes through a launch scare or two and that it was a good thing it happened now, and that I handled it pretty well.
He need not worry. I really like kiteboarding and at the ...
... a lot of waves at our regular kite site! For the next couple of days, it was a challenge for me riding the larger than usual waves - but I did it! These rolling waves were huge and I am glad I was too busy trying to navigate through them to realize that there were oftentimes taller than me. Brian told me that when I was at the bottom of a wave, he could not see me over the other waves...
Anyway, before he left, we went scouting down ...
... my head against the top of the tank. You don't find that out until you are in the water...Once Brian fixed that, my snorkel tube fell, and again, Brian to the rescue got it for me. Finally, I had to make sure my mask was clear and didn't have any fogged up areas. Yes, I know you can clear your mask under water and I did the drills for my certification, but I am still not comfortable removing the mask under water and putting it back on. It all reminded me that it is ...