- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... experienced crew/captain and perfect weather be present. We have Tyler and Captain Nut so that would be us!
We were able to anchor down for the night and get a good night sleep after being on two night watches with unpleasant seas. In the morning we received our forecast from Commander's Weather based out of Nashua, New Hampshire. Good 'ole New Hampshire! The forecast was for thunder and lighting with squalls throughout the day, but we could ...
... 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 ...
... cove and beach. It was perhaps one of the coolest things I've ever seen. Following another short bus ride, we arrived at the caves. For about an hour we wandered through the caverns. We saw a ton of bats, especially in the Bat Room...shocking. In one room, when we all turned off our headlamps, you could see a reflection from water in another from another room project on the wall. ...
... 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. ...