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... have amongst themselves. I guess there's a rota somewhere deciding who gets the teeth on which day.
Dave and I have had a couple of walks around the salt water lagoon, which is about a mile, and seen quite a lot of local wildlife, including birds and a mongoose.
So nothing much happening here.
Oh and Min and I got married onFriday 16th January, my sister Elaine and her husband David were the wintnesses and only guests. I've attached some pictures ...
... a couple of cold beers xmas eve, we met a lovely couple, Steve and Jackie from Tenby. Turns out they were just about to get married in a few days time, on my birthday, the 30th, and we got an invite. Christmas Day was a lively affair and a great party atmosphere, culminating in a few merry folk dancing, including me, and falling over, not me! Almost everyone had dressed up, thank goodness we never thought about it! Although we were brightly dressed Caribbean style. What ...
... we were off again to the northwestern part of the island were we would begin our kayak tour of the mangroves. We got to pick up and touch a sea cucumber and a blue jelly fish. Maya's sea cucumber "peed" on her kayak. From the mangroves the tour led us to a snorkel area. We finished up with a quick and easy hike up a hill were we could see the Atlantic and Caribbean ocean.
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Land ahoy!We awoke to the US Virgin Islands displayed beyond our sea view room. Sea view room sounds fabulous I know but let's not confuse it with Seabourn!After a wonderful show in the cabaret the night before we rose quite early, excited about putting our feet on firm soil and exploring St John. As we did not have a tour booked, after breakfast we thought we might watch the early shift of passengers board the tender for ferrying ashore. How some of the passengers made ...
... as we filled our water tanks, we set course for Deep Bay. We cruised past Five Islands, the Barrel of Beef and Hawksbill Rock( you couldn't make these names up!!) and into Deep Bay a pretty anchorage with a wreck of a cargo ship Andes which sank at the beginning of the 19th century. We swam out to it and it was eerie to see, lots of big and small resident fish in their own underwater world. Couldn't help thinking of 'Jaws' at this point!! Craig sat and made ...