A very conchy Christmas
Thank you Santa for giving us the Wi-Fi connection to allow us to share these Christmas pics with our friends and family! They were all taken yesterday, Christmas Eve Day at our anchorage in “The Pond” at Norman’s Cay. This is our first real taste of the tropics and in my eyes, a positive omen for great things to come. Huge thanks to everyone who has helped us to get this far and also to those who have supported us along the way via this blog. Merry Christmas!
The only way into The Pond, looking at it from the inside.
Our Christmas anchorage.
Heading out exploring.
Man, this beach was shallow.
Hamming it up.
Heading back out.
One of 3 caves we spotted on the way in.
We set (threw out actually) a stern anchor to stop our dinghy from swinging into the sharp rocks.
I love exploring caves.
This cave sadly didn’t go in too far.
The range we were supposed to follow to stay in the channel.
A barbecue cover for a range marker? Come on! It’s no wonder we didn’t see it on the way in.
One of many awesome beaches here.
We beached the dinghy again to go exploring.
Is Rebecca in pole dancing withdrawal…
… or just inspired from our watching Kung Fu Panda last night? Hi Ya!!!
Playing in the sand.
Where conch come to die!
Live conch were everywhere too. It’s obvious not many people come here!
Our first attempt at cleaning conch.
Yes, we’re white belts at this, but we got it done.
Our Christmas Eve sunset… magical!