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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in front of it before it turned bad. Oh boy! We pulled anchor at 0700 hours. As we headed out the waves was to our backs and the wind was at 90 degrees. Perfect day for sailing! We were able to sail for the majority of the 10 hour trip to Turks and Caicos. The last 15 miles we came into the old familiar head winds and waves to our bow.
There was an hour were I was on pins and needles. We had thunder and lightning all around us. I could see it develop ...
... On Tuesday, after my first graceful sliding transition, I did quite a spectacular and completley accidental raily kiteloop. Brian witnessed it and was quite impressed as he saw me flying 10 feet up and traveling 25 feet over the water horizontally before landing and crashing my kite. It wasn't until he noticed that I did not have my board with me that he realized that the trick was completely by accident. I did feel a twitch on ...
... told us that this could have been confusing if ever lost in the caves because it appears as if there was light which would lead to the outside. In the Butcher Room, we saw a bunch of land crabs. The room gets its name because crabs fall into this area through holes in the ground above and have no way of escaping. Birds then feed on the crabs. We also saw some stalagmites and ...
... 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. ...