Swim,Snorkel, Hike and Repeat
09 January 2019
We arrived at Williams Pond Cay on Saturday and figured we would stay a couple of days before moving on. Well, it's Wednesday and we're still here in this little corner of heaven. We have hiked, snorkeled and swam every day in a different location around this well protected area. Besides snorkeling at the Elkhorn Coral Reef we dinghied to a secluded beach that was full of pink Iguanas, from a distance they looked normal but up close all their extremities were pink. It was a wet dinghy ride that day and I didn't want to get my camera wet, however, there are a few pictures on Facebook curtesy of 2 Outrageous.
The snorkeling has been great, however, there is always something to keep you on your toes. Yesterday I had swam back to the dinghy to take a break and get a drink of water, just as I was about to jump back in a big barracuda drifted by to take a look at my feet. So, I figured I'd wait a bit and just as I was ready again he did another pass before finally heading off elsewhere. However, Paul got the biggest surprise, as he was nosing around under a dock looking for dinner a big Moray eel came out of a hole in the rock. Needless to say he decided to relocate.
Our friends Greg and Glenda on Ti Amo arrived yesterday to spend a couple of days here as well. They mentored us on our first crossing to the Bahamas in 2016 and it's always great to see them again. So, today we've swam, we've snorkeled and Bev has made bread so I guess it's time to go for a walk. Since the cupboards are starting to show some empty spots we should be heading to Georgetown tomorrow, maybe.
Today's picture is an example of what erosion can do.