Pirates Hideaway Guest House on Salt Cay
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... the semester was about to leave, and I had to say farewell. It was one of the hardest moments for me, as I realized then how many people I would say goodbye to that I may never see again. Me and my friend walked over to our favorite intern. She always makes me laugh. We chatted while our intern oversaw the guest book which everyone had to sign on their way out. Next to us, on the wall, was all our heights and names that have been placed to leave our mark on ...
... over the water. A cloud was in the way, but it was still a beautiful sight. In a little while, we got up packed up our tents and crammed back in the vans to head home. It was time to work on our DR papers.
The next few days, I did nothing but work on my paper. The focus of my paper was suppose to be length-weight relationships in snappers and groupers. However, my professor and I discovered that weight data has only been collected since 2011. ...
... ice cream and a movie.
Saturday, was an epic day. At 8am we had our recreational snorkel. This time, we got to go to Tucker's Reef, which was definitely more exciting and adventurous than our normal locations. Our intern dropped us off in the middle of some deeper water and we swam down to the reef. After a little exploration, we swam across the channel (being guarded by our intern and the boat) towards one of our favorite spots, ...
... As we hopped one the boat, our professor screamed birthday party boat!!!! Only here would your professor let you act crazy simply because it's someone's birthday. There were no fisherman at the dock that day, so I just enjoyed the afternoon. At lunch, I was presented with a giant pan of cake balls covered with sprinkles in the shape of a 21. They were delicious, but I definitely ate too many. After dinner, a few of us went out to get me an Orange ...
... unpredictable is bound to happen. Our boat arrived at our location for evaluation next to our mangrove island, Moxy Bush. We laid our transects and measured the few conchs we found. When we tried to depart to our next stop, the engine wouldn't start. After our interns played around with the engine and made a bunch of phone calls, we finally got rescued by another intern in a different boat. We got towed back to the dock and quickly switched boats so that we could go ...