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The boat was about 60 feet long. At the front of the boat were two webbed areas where people could sit or lay down. They were directly above the water. There was a covered area that could seat about 20 people. There was also a head below, so we had all the comforts of home.
Once we got into the open water, the captain turned off the motors and used the sails. We went north quite a ways.
... at the ready, and Michael's first time, I had never actually snorkeled off a boat but rather just waded in water in Hawaii to see the sea. But we had a wonderful time, floating around, touching the turtles, seeing the fish scurry over to join the party. Then after about 45 minutes we pulled the anchor and headed to another beach, where a speed boat ...
... the hell...?
As the aircraft climbed again we were left wondering what on earth was going on. Why was our landing aborted? All the captain told us was that we were unable to land and we had to circle round in a holding pattern a couple of times. Then we started coming down again and this time we landed. Hooray! :-)
Then back in the car for the three-hour drive back to Durham. At 9.00am we were home again.
Here's to the next time... ...
... Hotel. Now its hot!
The adventure begins immediately. Starving, I quickly changed – ooo, pretty white – to find some food. I headed to the beach and sat down at the bar. In no time 2 guys sat down and we started talking. Turns out one was the doctor on my ship, the other the Director of Operations. Ya! (they bought my beerJ)
Went out to explore the ...
... people, dancing with/on top of just about anybody and generally having a blast. The drinks were flowing, there was a nice intermittent drizzle so it wasn't too hot.
Of course as the day progressed, it started to get hotter and we all started to get tired. And for the longest time I couldn't figure out where the hell we were either, until I saw a very telltale landmark - the Eagle Hall Market building. Oh ****, I think to myself, this is ...