Queen Angel Resort
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... before finishing the packing and checking out, but it was cloudy and breezy. So we went for a walk instead. The sun seemed like it was trying to peek out, but it never did. We decided to go to the airport early, check in, check our bags, and then go to lunch. We went back to Sharkbite, had a leisurely lunch, and then went back to the airport to go through security and wait for our plane. No problems at all, and we landed at about 6:20pm.
Today was our last full day, so we didn't do much. Started with a quick walk before breakfast to the nearby geocache. Then after breakfast we decided to try to find Taylor Bay.
We got there before 9 so no problems with the "parking lot" and we were able to put our stuff under a tree. It is an amazing beach. We walked way out into the bay, found a starfish, took pictures and then headed out. ...
Today was our ride with Provo Ponies. We did the 90 minute morning ride. The weather on Grace Bay was cloudy and breezy, but 10 minutes away at Long Bay Beach it was blazingly hot. There were about 8 people plus 2 guides. The ride to the beach was hot and uneventful, but the beach more than made up for it. My horse was in the front and just plunged right into the water. I've never ridden a horse ...
... on the balcony, listening to distant rumbles of thunder. Dinner was at Cabana over at Ocean Club. We learned a very important lesson. Eating grilled fish outside near the beach is dangerous. As soon as she set the plate down, it was swarmed by flies. I had to eat with one hand constantly shooing the flies away. Once I was done, they disappeared.
Another day in ...
... to go out on a catamaran, but apparently there was a wait, so they decided to leave it for another day. Having done the DSD course 5 years ago (and SNUBA that morning), I had no problems learning the material for the real dive the next day.For dinner we were going to go to Hemingway's,
but the music was so loud we couldn't hear each other. We ended up at Tiki Hut instead. Decent food, reasonable prices, and great service.
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