Le Vele Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... buffet. The food is great but I would think you would get tired of the same thing day after day. That is why this day pass is so awesome! We decided not to go for the afternoon snorkel and just sail instead. Brian made sure that he had a better windsurf rig and he talked to Eric the on-site rigger and G.O. (Gentil Organisateur). Brian took out a BIC 225 and a better rigged 6.2 meter "cheap ass" sail (those are Brian's terms). Nevertheless he had a great ...
... our measuring board was not even long enough to measure these two fish, I had to get a little creative and mathematical to figure out the exact length. I must admit, I felt pretty awesome holding the giant fish in my hands. It was also really nice to have a good topic of conversation to have with the fisherman. I learned that they actually do remember my name and really enjoyed just talking. The rest of the night was pretty ...
... out our project yesterday morning, presented and got so excited to finally be free temporarily.
Today, it is time for washing laundry, a nice hammock nap, and some time on the beach before I head to the docks for some Directed Research fish measuring. Sad to think all of this will be over soon, but for now, I'm just gonna enjoy every moment and still attempt to convince myself that this is, in fact, real life and not just a dream.
... 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 ...
... a half my eyes were red from being splashed with the salt water and my ears were waterlogged, filled from being sprayed with a pool noodle. I threw on a dry bathing suit, enjoyed dinner, and prepared to go sharking once again. This time, our professor drove us to a location further down the island by the bay. Our van drove down a trail that wasn't even cleared enough to be considered a road. A short walk down to the water took us to our location surrounded by rocks ...