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Today, still recovering from my kiteboarding stunt, we have snorkeled a few more times.
Yesterday, we went back to Smiths Reef. This time, we snorkeled closer to the buoys where the boats come in. I vowed to myself that we would not leave until we saw more eagle rays and I saw two! One of them was so close, I could clearly see it's spots and follow it for a few feet. I am posting representative pictures of what I saw. ...
... 6'6", shaved bald head, covered in tattoos and looking like he'd rip your head off for a fiver.
I chose to walk past him and get on with my washing, which I did, but once my smalls were spinning I could see he was still struggling, so I bit the bullet and asked if I could help.
"I just don't seem to be able to get the darn thing to start," he said in deep southern drawl.
Well, it turned out he hadn't done the tricky paying bit yet, ...
... to go explore, snorkel, booze, eat and relax. We need to pack in the good times and R&R over the next 48 hours before setting off for Puerto Rico. We are expecting a 48 hour crossing in 4-6 seas, landing with just enough time to grocery shop and scrub down before 6 guests arrive for a week straight. OH BOY!
Stay tuned for a Provo update from time off the boat.
love from the blue
Captain Steve and Chef Clair
I started the day with an early morning walk along the beach. Went down to Coral Gardens and back. Very calm and peaceful. I think I saw a total of 5 people. After breakfast, we decided we just wanted a do nothing day. We spent most of the day at the beach. Brian and Alex built an impressive sandcastle and I floated. Did a short kayak in the afternoon and ended the day going around the lazy river ...
... again. This time there is no mistaking... It is a horse. He is following a girl in a bikini who is picking sea oats and feeding the horse. This is surely something the horse could pick and eat on his own, but he preferred to hand feeding. We call to the horse and he comes to us without hesitation, but turns to leave as soon as he recognizes that we have no treat. Over all, I would consider NorthWest Point Resort for a vacation ...
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