Le Vele Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... it was the same one. Brian couldn't tell if it was a black tip, a small bull or a carribbean reef shark but he did get spooked that the shark didn't swim immediately away. The shark swam around for a short while, seemingly checking us out, before leisurely swimming away. I didn't feel we were in danger and I really wanted to swim a little closer, but we were within 20 feet of it. The visibility was great and Brian ...
... We all danced and laughed before heading back to the center for a good nights sleep. Other than classes and DR, we’ve all experienced a little extra excitement this week. The man across the street who technically owns our dogs is now in possession of two tiny puppies, which we are allowed to play with any time. We’ve all been snuggling and playing with the puppies during our free time. They are the cutest ...
... parks, Smith Reef and Coral Gardens. On my snorkels I got very close to a baby nurse shark and a young turtle. The parks were not nearly as beautiful as South but were still very cool to see. We also spent some quality spent some quality time playing with puppies at the Potcake Place where they care for puppies and try to find adoptive homes. One night we went to a very high end hotel at the suggestion of a couple of guys we met who are volunteering at the ...
... the small island off South's coast. Naturally, we said yes. We were only on Long Cay for a few minutes, but we were very successful in our quest to see some iguanas. I saw four, including one large one about a foot long. Their dens were dug, spotting the sand and the iguanas dashed away at rapid speeds as soon as we approached their hiding spots in the bushes. All of us felt victorious and were proud to be the only students so far this semester to step foot on Long ...
... past week, I have discovered that one should never decide at breakfast whether a day is going to go well or poorly.
Tuesday morning, we looked at our schedule written on the board. It seemed very promising in terms of large amounts of fun and little classwork. Classes weren't going to start until 9 which meant more sleep/workout time and one less lecture. Our third lecture of the morning was to be a speaker from town which would surely be ...