Queen Angel Resort
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... in the picture, I could see a remora swimming right on the eagle ray's back. Amazing. We did see turtles again but the eagle rays are the highlight of any snorkel/dive. The first ones we saw on our first snorkel on Smiths reef, there were two (swimming side-by-side), which was pretty cool. This time, the eagle ray was much closer to me so I got as clear a view as in the picture.
Today, we went snorkeling to Bight ...
... you really going to take video of your washing?" I asked, trying not to sound too stunned.
"Sure am buddy" replied Mr Executive. "It's just to prove to the folks back home that our washing machine isn't so loud after all".
Wow. The long winter evenings must just spin by with all the conversations with neighbours about the loudness of household equipment.
Fortunately my laundry was done and I was out of there, but as I left I passed Mr ...
... our stay here in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos.
We are about to pull the lines and set off for our 45-48 crossing to Puerto Rico. Guess I should stop acting like a Captain's wife and get to work. Hydrated, check, motion sickness meds, check, balance bracelets, check. Off we go to the next island adventure. Not much time off in PR but I'm sure we will make the most of every minute.
Love from the blue
Captain Steve & Chef Clair
... clear up. And as soon as we dropped anchor, 2 pods of dolphins swam by.
They had disappeared by the time the certified divers went down with their divemaster. Then Janelle and I went down with Kevin (K2 to distinguish him from the other Kevin, who did my pool work yesterday.) And as soon as we got down, the dolphins came back! One slowly rolled over just ...
... let's be honest - a horny old man. He made himself at home, poured us a glass of wine to try, and then commented in French on my various assets. He was startled to realize that I understood him, but not startled enough to refrain from grabbing his ******, raising his eyebrows and trying to put his arm around me. Long story short, I stayed near to JF most of the night, who seemed pretty disgusted with the dealer at times. In a somewhat drunken haze, Mario decided ...
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