La Vista Azul Resort
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... dock and carefully manoeuvred around "The Enchantment Of The Seas", a large Royal Caribbean ship which had moored behind us. As we passed her, lots of people were waving to us from balconies and restaurants and we waved back.
And then we heard this horrible noise. It was the hateful sound of several males howling out like wolves in a very aggressive prelude to an attack. It turned out that this horrendous noise was being generated by just one bare ...
First order of time off business, after cold beers were cracked of course, was snorkeling off the beautiful reefs here in Provo (thanks again Wilson for the kick ass gear). Literally within one minute of jumping in the aqua blue ocean a gigantic sting ray swam by us, spotted like a tiger, it effortlessly glided past us ignoring as we tried to keep up. We hit the jackpot just off the beach as Smith's Reef was teaming with marine life. Yellow and red snapper, Nemo fish, ...
... to go explore, snorkel, booze, eat and relax. We need to pack in the good times and R&R over the next 48 hours before setting off for Puerto Rico. We are expecting a 48 hour crossing in 4-6 seas, landing with just enough time to grocery shop and scrub down before 6 guests arrive for a week straight. OH BOY!
Stay tuned for a Provo update from time off the boat.
love from the blue
Captain Steve and Chef Clair
... palm trees, a couple of cats running around, soft lighting, and delicious food.
We had conch two ways (ceviche and cracked with a spicy sauce) and lobster spring rolls (my new favorite food). For dinner, I had Wahoo, Sean had lobster and Amy had a seafood pasta. All were delicious. Desert was their famous coconut cream pie. A very light pie with no 'chemical' coconut taste.
... the turquoise water. I have only ever kayaked once before in a tandem, and it took me awhile to be able to steer properly. Going straight was not an issue, but our first destination was a mangrove swamp, and there were a lot of tight turns. Needless to say, I ended up hooked in the mangroves a lot! Mangroves are very interesting plants - they actually protect land when hurricanes hit, so it's important to look after them. The ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking