Queen Angel Resort
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... runs totally smoothly and you would not really know that you were at sea. Crowd management is a problem. The passengers are idiots. On the other hand most of the crew are happy and friendly and seem genuinely pleased to see you. The food is generally poor and the overblown decoration of the restaurants become annoying very quickly. The entertainment is geared almost entirely towards children and families (but I suppose you must expect that on a Disney ship) and ...
First order of time off business, after cold beers were cracked of course, was snorkeling off the beautiful reefs here in Provo (thanks again Wilson for the kick ass gear). Literally within one minute of jumping in the aqua blue ocean a gigantic sting ray swam by us, spotted like a tiger, it effortlessly glided past us ignoring as we tried to keep up. We hit the jackpot just off the beach as Smith's Reef was teaming with marine life. Yellow and red snapper, Nemo fish, ...
... smooth and fun. We spent about 30 minutes snorkeling there. We saw a variety of fish, but it didn't seem as colorful as some of the snorkeling that I remember from the BVI. We didn't see anything exotic but 2 other people did see a shark.
We then headed out to the second spot. Although we didn't go to it, Capt. Kevin pointed out the change in water color indicating the dropoff. There was a lot more life and color ...
... finding a Piton beer label in Steve's passport). Maxime from Grace Bay car rentals showed us to our rental car... Toyota Carolla with driver on the right. We ask if the car will make it down Malcomb Beach Rd. Sadly, he says it's too bumpy ( maybe we'll check it out anyway). The driving was fine, round-a-bouts were fairly easy to navigate - just remember enter to the left, ...
... heaps of conch fritters, cracked conch (tastes like fried calamari), curry conch with fries, sides of mac and cheese, and peas and rice. It was a beautiful evening until the rain started to really pour - no, even then, it was pretty wonderful. I don't think I've ever been more happy to let the wind sweep rain drops into my face, perch myself next to my husband, and just be.
Up next: Cognitive dissonance - dealing with the ugly and the beautiful in TCI.
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