The Phoenix Resort
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... and shrimp ceviche. What a great way to finish the day! We didn't get any underwater shots but there are a few photos of our sail back. Captain Vito was awesome!
After a nice nap and shower our group went out for dinner and then moved to The Split for the New Years celebration. The Split is the north end of the island, where the Lazy Lizard bar serves up music, drink, and last night, a big fireworks display. It ...
... ranger was feeding the green sea turtles and we swam around them and the other fish but had to be careful as one is slightly blind and our guide told us that it would try and bite you, the second was Shark Ray Alley where we saw a group of sharks about 1m long that were feeding and then on to the Channel where we saw loads of coral and the spotted sting ray deep in the water about 5 metres away. ...
... some fresh pineapple and we're headed back. Looking forward to terra firma, lunch, a nap and a shower before we head out to dinner.
Stopped at Pasta Per Caso to make a reservation . . . it's a very little 'hole in the wall' that also comes highly recommended. We'll see.
... town, go buy food and beer so that we could stock up the apartment, and make sure we ate as well as possible. We found bakeries, meat stores, general grocery stores, all stoked well enough to feed us like kings and queens. When we returned, it was time to go straight into the pool, beers in hand and just relax (a theme that will be present throughout this stay).
You might ask what did we do the whole 7 days we were here, well generally we chilled out and caught up, as ...
... he frantically motioned to us. Two big green turtles were just to the side of us! The water is quite shallow – about 9-12 feet and with great visibility and we got really close to them. Really amazing! A few seconds later a spotted eagle ray swam past really slowly. We also saw different corals, a moray eel, jacks, groupers, snapper, barracuda, parrotfish and hogfish amongst others. Next we moved to the area known as Shark Ray Alley which is still in the reserve. It’s ...