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... Pictures posted here are NOT ones I took. Since I don't want to worry about my phone being stolen I don't take them to new places where I don't know how safe it is to leave stuff behind. These are representative of what we saw. Is that cheating? I don't think so. Plus, it gives you a better idea and it is a reminder for Brian and me. =) On the way back from Turtle Cove, we stopped by the grocery store to get stuff for salsa. I learned from ...
... shackle snapped and we spent 30 mins going nowhere before we repaired that, then the starboard cockpit screen took a massive slap from the genoa sheet and shattered, but as ever we struggled on and phil went down and replaced the broken belt on the engine and we just in time to anchor we started the starboard engine and left the waves and crept around into Sapodillo bay on “Provo” and anchored in 2m water in calm with the seas ...
... and a pen cap, I had the original strap back in. Finally, we head down the beach to Coral Gardens.
After a long walk (about 1.5 miles), got to the reef and taught Alex how to snorkel. He picked it up fairly well, and we swam around for a while. We then went to Somewhere for lunch. The server recommended the fish tacos, so Brian and Alex split those and I had the fish sandwich. Neither had never had fish tacos before and ...
... divers, especially those wearing shiny jewelry (note to self: it's okay to take off my wedding ring once in a while). As I was swimming to the boat after my second dive, there happened to be one hanging out just beneath the starboard side... and, sometimes unfortunately, you can actually see animals pretty clearly while diving. What I remember most about it was its eyes - big, black gleaming eyes that seemed to follow my feeble human movements. ...
... the island of Providenciales welcomed us with cliffs and more pronounced elevation than we had seen in a long while. The water was beautiful, and the stilted houses along the coastline looked pretty damn nice. Our timing coming in was perfect for lighting - the entrance has reefs along it and there are coral heads scattered throughout. While I steered, Caleb stood up at the mast and would direct me a few degrees to port or starboard to ...