TripAdvisor Reviews Sunset Reef Salt Cay
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... nervous. He made several attempts and finally made it in and didn't hit us but he did smash against the other dock several time I'm sure his boss won't be thrilled about that! Several boats came in today but the marina isn't full which we figured it would be.
We made our way into town after that fun diversion to the day, more exploring and some shopping, I'm looking for ear buds no luck on that one but we did see some ...
... remember the turn off it's a small Island so I figured no problem....well yes I got lost but stumbled on a great area which Bryan and I will go back to one afternoon lots of shops and dining options there Grace Bay. I managed to find the marina before they called out the emergency search patrol hehe.
We made our way to the beach bar for a couple of cocktails before dinner so lovely to sit ...
... was transported there
piece by piece and rebuilt. The reason
it was given was because ships kept crashing into the coral reefs which
surrounded the island. No longer a
working lighthouse, it stands as a pretty memorial to times past. (ships have better mapping systems now I
Mum you would like
the island because there are wild horses, dogs and donkeys roaming
everywhere. The horses in particular are
... 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. ...
... by the sound of a legitimate band. We saw that there was parade in the distance, so a few of us ran to catch up to it. Apparently, the Anglican Church was marching around the island. It was great to feel like a young child again, though I feel that often here.
Today, we are all working on our many papers and projects. In an hour, I'll be heading to the docks for my last day of DR data collection. Don't know where the time has gone.