So, just for a change we thought we’d spend another day on a boat!
I’m sure you’re all sick of us saying how perfect the weather was when most of SA has been very wet all year. But this time you’re in luck – the weather was pretty average! We did get some nice moments but it was generally overcast and even rained a little! But it still was really fun!
We left at about 10am (only half an hour later than planned, BVI miracle really) and our first stop was a small island called Sandy Cay where we swam to shore and had some good poses in the bushes.
GuyP had his waterproof camera with him which is the perfect thing to have here – we are going to buy one when we visit Puerto Rico (tickets booked for the first weekend in March – Woohoo!!)
Next we went to another island (not really sure of the name, there are 60 islands here – cant remember them all).
Here we were promised that after a quick walk we would find an amazing spot called “The natural pools”. The quick walk turned out to be a long trek through the bushes – not really ideal when you’re trying not to spill your painkiller, you’re wearing a bikini and slops (especially if they’re designer slops like Ash’s!!). It was worth it though as you can see from the pics. It’s sort of a pool made out of rocks with waves coming in at one point.
After the hike back to the boat it was off to white bay and lunch at soggy dollar (yet another cheeseburger, we are going to turn into one soon!). After some chilling in the sea we were rudely disturbed by rain and went back to the boat to head to our final destination.
All boat trips here seem to end up at the Willy T and for the 3rd weekend in a row we ended up partying here. This meant more jumping off the boat and loads more photos & painkillers!
Weather aside, it was another great day here but we’ve decided to give boattrips a rest for a while! But just for a little while! We were promised a paragraph from a special guest writer but as we had received nothing at the time of going to print we had to leave it out. Just in case you were worried, the weather here has returned back to normal (perfect) so don’t feel bad for our tough life.