Shore shoe storage.
Wonder what would happen if I suggested to Linda that she should make our fruit plates look like this at home. Why do I suspect the knife would be used to carve something other than the fruit?
As you can see, our travels have been restricted to the western and northern islands. That leaves the southern and eastern islands for another trip.
How can one ever tire of looking at these guys? One you’ve seen your first booby, you want to see more.
A bit of explanation about the clip below. It is 33 seconds long. Normally I heavily edit the original before posting, cutting it down, altering the audio, etc. This is raw footage from beginning to end. Enjoy.
We could see them out in front of the panga. When I shot an underwater video this is what showed up.
First shark sighting of the day.
We were doing the same thing in our panga.
We took over 1100 photos between the two of us today. A number of the water shots bore a resemblance to this one.
Or this one.
But ones like this one made sorting through them worthwile.
Big Black Ray.
I know, I know, but this is only one of several dozen I could’ve posted.
Exiting a panga.
Look how excited the ladies were about visiting the engine room.
It’s a Cummins, just like in the coach.
Towel folding lessons.
A pair of penguins.
Sea turtle egg shells. They were on the beach, not back up behind in the nesting area. Could something have dug up the nest and ate the eggs?
Little remains of this US WWII wharf for unloading ships.
It’s likely her ancestors saw the wharf being built.
It’s not easy taking a photo of a flamingo with its head out of the water.
The depressions were sea turtle nests.
Mama turtle tracks.
Baby turtle tracks.
Strange shape to this cactus.
Long billed bird.
More Sally Lightfoot crabs.
Frigate bird incoming.
Male Frigate Bird.
Sally Lightfoot courtship.
Frigate bird fight.
Watching for sharks. They came. We saw. No photos though. Too dark.
Jessica made for a lovely end to the day.