|I call it cruise ship corridor. Look at that cute girl I was with.|
The first place the catamaran took us was to a reef area that was probably 20-30 feet deep. Naturally, I was the first person off the boat. While everyone else was trying to figure out how to put their fins on and then walk down the stairs into the water, I just jumped off the side of the boat and put the fins on while floating. It's way easier that way. Plus, I didn't have to stand in a line filled with awkward people trying to walk in fins.
|I make snorkeling look good.|
|We saw a ray.|
|We saw fish.|
|We saw lots of fish.|
|There was even a Robyn floating in the water.|
|I thought I saw a sea snake. I did some research when I got home, and found it this is a sharptail eel.|
|You can see how surrounded by people I was. But I was also surrounded by fish.|
|Lots and lots of fish|
|Chillin' on the catamaran|
|The sail, and all the people.|
|The beach with all of the various toys.|
|A few different catamarans parked while their occupants played in the water.|
|I had to climb this mightly slide. (and slide down the other side)|
|Robyn did her mermaid float. It's a little infuriating how easily she floats, when I just sink.|
|John and Carol were precious.|
|Our preciousness with the catamaran in the background.|
We relaxed, we played in the water, we hunted seashells. We had a great time. Then it was time to head back. We boarded the catamaran again, it took us for another 30-40 minute ride back to the dock where our ship was waiting.
On this part of the trip, there was a special little treat. We were sitting on the front of the boat, and we started noticing flying fish that would periodically jump up and fly 30 or 40 feet. It was soooo cool to watch.