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... you are going to get on this Island no real consistency with the pricing.
Once back at the boat we walked to the Market Place a nice store on the resort property that sells food, supplies etc. we are cooking pizza on the boat tonight. Walking in the wind is fun it really pushes you back, but honestly we have been in way worse winds on this trip.
Quiet night some tele or perhaps cards.
Sorry for delay Internet was so poor at our anchorage last night. We had a wonderful lazy morning, then a great snorkel before leaving Mayaguana Island I really loved the Island very very flat but a good stop over on the way to Turks Caicos peaceful and protected. We didn't make it on to the Island but that was okay, next time.
We left for Turks around 10 am the seas were calm and great for a boating. It was approximately ...
... own business.
After the lighthouse
the bus took us to the salt museum and shop.
We were really keen to go here because the salt is something quite
special and we wanted to buy some for home.
They hand rake it on the islands and then flavour it will all kinds of
herbs, spices or even fruit. It was hard
to choose which to get but we were happy with our selection in the end. I was given a bag of pure salt (unflavoured)
... Annalie and I had to pull away and run down the road to get away. We had only a few minutes to get back to the center to catch the ferry, so we ran through town, followed by the puppy (Spike) of one of the boys. We grabbed our bags and took them to the ferry where everyone from the center was gathered. It was time to say goodbye. Tears were flooding from everyone's faces as we hugged our interns, professors, and staff as well as my favorite dog, ...
... I hooked the fish on our scale. I just love how friendly and relaxed everyone is here.
At night, a few of us decided to go on a night snorkel in our swim zone. Only a few minutes in, we saw an octopus creeping in the dead seagrass which covers the sand. It had a slight blue tint, a small head, and long tentacles. I floated above it for a few minutes, just taking in the sight. The rest of our snorkel, we saw the usual; a few ...