Pirates Hideaway Guest House on Salt Cay
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Travel Blogs from Salt Cay
... 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 ...
... venomous spines.
Thursday before my birthday, we had all the local teachers over for dinner. It is always interesting to talk to different locals.
Being among such amazing friends, I greatly looked forward to my birthday. When the 12th rolled around, I was ready to enjoy an amazing day. After a few birthday hugs at breakfast, mad props at morning meeting, and 50 birthday wishes, I went with the conching team to snorkel around conch middens ...
... 8217;ve ever seen. Our grown dogs like to accompany us to visit the pups. It is adorable to see how they interact with each other. Also, a new dog has joined in with our dog crew. His name is Brindle as that is the type of coloration he possesses. We are all sooo excited that he tags along with us now. He is beautiful, sweet, and gentle. At the center, we have started to paint our class mural. This is our chance to leave ...
... someone in conch shells. Every single person got extremely competitive as we ran around the town, in the dark, like complete idiots. There wasn't a task that we weren't willing to complete which resulted in teammates jumping in the water fully clothed, pretending to eat a bug, and me getting stuck in the soggy mush of a salina. The pictures will be judged while we are away for break, so we are all anticipating the results.
Saturday we began our day ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center