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... it around for a while. It went just beyond the rope so we followed it out, and it was joined by a second one. I found out afterwards that these were Mutton Snapper! I got lots of good videos and Sven got a couple of excellent photos! During this swim I also saw a pufferfish, a couple of juvenile French Angelfish, a juvenile Blue Tang and even a brittle star! A very successful swim! We got out after about an hour to dry the cameras ...
... sure we had chosen seats in the shade for when we got out so as not to make our sunburn any worse. Sven stayed in the pool and I got out and did some more sketching. We went back to the room at about 5pm to chill before getting ready for dinner. I tried out the jacuzzi bath which was relaxing. Dinner was booked for 7:30 so we laid in bed and played games until we had to change. We had our dinner tonight in the Italian themed Dolce Vita restaurant. Again ...
... that is. I kindly offered to get in the back and
let Erin have the front seat which I almost immediately regretted
when three more hefty Jamaican climbed in with me. The car had done
275,000 miles, had no working dials or speedometer and had all all
the power of a clean Lance Armstrong yet the taxi driver insisted on
overtaking everything in his way whilst texting on one phone and
... on the porch at the clinic. It's so nice to not have anything to do. We don't have Internet, so even if we wanted to, we can't do much schoolwork! I have never been so happy to be disconnected from the outside world. I am loving it!
Dinner tonight was jerk chicken and pork with peach and mango cobbler for dessert. My favorite so far! Tomorrow we got to the beach after clinic, but after that dessert I'm not sure a bathing suit is going to be the best ...
... hugs I've ever received in my life. Everyone laughed, and I was smiling ear to ear. It was easily one of the best "Big Ups."
We returned, and Brittany and I worked on our devotion we were going to lead the next day. A few of the deaf students came out to see what we were doing. They slowly crept up behind us. They laughed, smiled, and sat next to us. I tried to recall some sign language, but I could only remember how to ask, "What is your name?" ...