Pelican Beach Hotel
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... very attentive servers.
Even though we had a late dinner (reservations were at 9:30PM - restaurant is that popular) Brian and I still needed to pack. Not only pack but Brian had to finish hand-sewing his gear bag!!! Now that we didn't have the Frankenboard to carry, he wanted to resize it. It was a late night and our flight was an 8AM flight out....We had a long day ahead of us but I don't dare to complain. =)
... day but what a display we got from mother nature. From dead calm to a mini tornado in the distance and then rainbows. =)
This was also a perfect display of the kiter or any windsport aficionado behavior. When not kiting, these people (I am not yet one of them) keep looking for signs of possible wind in the trees, the water, the sky. I am sure there were many comments all over the island conjecturing about what the massive cloud ...
... I had tried the cracked conch at Bugaloos because I didn't appreciate how good the cracked conch at Da Conch Shack was until we tried the cracked conch at the Mudjin Bar & Grill. The conch salad, which we had in both places, were equally good. The salad is more like a conch ceviche.
So, after almost two hours, we left Bugaloos and stopped by the Walkin Marina store before heading home. Brian was going to continue to fix his board while ...
... him our recommendations and encouragement - always the instructor/expert. We then swam to the first cay to snorkel around for the last time before heading over to our next destination.
We decided to head over to Middle Caicos via the route we should have taken getting to Three Mary Cays. There were so many huge potholes, I think we would have given up before getting there. For those of you who want to venture out ...
... how he would snorkel for lobster and conch. For the conch, he said you can just catch the conch, take out the poor conch out of it's shell, beat it to tenderize it and then just eat it. He didn't have conch to demonstrate but he highly recommended that we try cracked conch, which I definitely will. I have seen conch fritters on the menu but they just looked like hush puppies and I am not interested in eating fried batter with a sliver of conch. I want ...