Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach
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... in the mountains above Baoruco in the Dominican Republic! LARIMAR is a volcanic stone, the result of volcanic activity that occurred millions of years ago!
It’s a form of pectolite, and although pectolite is found in nearly every hemisphere, none have the unique volcanic blue coloration of Larimar. Pectolite is normally gray or white, yet pectolite from that one location in the world is a beautiful blue pectolite – that which ...
... me help getting into my BCD, Ah I even remembered to turn on the air! Yeah for me! The guy next to me reminded me too incase I forgot. Ok , finally ready to go... help getting up...We went off the end of the boat here with a dive ladder that is interesting. So you just jump in , don't forget hold the weight belt with your left hand and Mask and regulator with your right. First dive thank goodness for Kelly, I would have forgotten to put on my mask and regulator. Hard ...
... You Can't Stop the Beat". Performances were 7 and 9. I opted for the early show which was just getting started as I left Claude's dining room. After going through my final packing I retired about 10.
My parting shot comes from Marc's list of dumb questions he's heard on cruise ships. I liked "Is the water in the toilets salt or fresh". I understand inquiring minds, but that's just a little too inquiring for me.
... didn't and instead got shoved into the bush. Well, our only hero was Vera. She seemed to think the raccoon was soooo cute. So instead of running away she ran towards it and took lots of "cute" pictures. Well someone had to go make sure the coast was clear because that was the only road back to our car. Marvin first, coast clear so we continued on our venture. Saw a wonderful swamp marsh with beautiful birds but realized that the bridge cuts off and ends. So much for the only road ...
... a reefed main and reefed jib and still were doing over 7 knots. All 5 of us pulled into a really protected and scenic anchorage called Crab Cay. Everyone was pretty pooped today. Safely anchored with 9 sailboats and 1 trawler by sundown. Happy hour on "Dibs on This"! Everyone brought an appetizer and drinks. That was our dinner. Steve on "Dibs on This" entertained the harbor with his singing and beautiful guitar playing later in the evening.
Saturday, Feb. 26. - Left at 8 ...