Tuesday, November 9, 2010

BVI Trip 2010 (Part 2)

Our typical day on the "Cat" looked a little something like this:

Wake up around 8AM.
Get swimsuit & coverup on.
Go up top.
Marvel at the spectacular weather and view.
Lather up with sun block.
Get served a fabulous breakfast at the table with the others. (Unless you sleep later, then they will serve you when you get up.)
Set sail for the morning's location - this would usually be a snorkeling location.
While sailing, lay on the trampolines up front or sit up with the captain... read or just look around and appreciate the beauty.
Arrive, moor, Swim/Snorkel/lay out/read.
Get fed lunch.
Sail to afternoon location.
Arrive, moor, Swim/Snorkel/lay out/read.
This may or may not be the location we would moor for the night... if so, we just stayed there... if not, we would sail to that location at this point.
We would have appetizers around 5:00.
D would maybe nap in the cabin sometime in here while I would maybe swim or read or play cards or talk until dinner.
I would shower every evening when I was SURE I was not going to be swimming any more.
Erin (our chef & first mate) would serve dinner between 7:00-8:30.
We would chat, read, hang out until about 9:00 then go to bed.
I would fall asleep fairly quickly... D would watch a movie on his ipad.
Then we would wake up and do it all over again :)

D - Looking at a book with photos and descriptions of all the fish you would see while snorkeling
Swimming in the deliciously warm water
Eating a late breakfast made by our wonderful Chef/First Mate, Erin.
Enjoying the GORGEOUS weather and sea!
At a 400 year old Rum distillery on Tortola (they still make it the old way, from sugar cane)
Reading in the main room in the evening, waiting for dinner.
Our boat at Jost Van Dyke
Where I spent a lot of the trip, reading (especially when we were sailing)

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