Location: Deshaies, Guadeloupe
Today’s breakfast was amazing homemade oatmeal created by Holly. It was a nice change to the packaged oatmeal and she even stuck some prunes inside. After washing up, we went for our Naturalist dive and we got to see Jacques Cousteau’s statue which is sitting in about 30ft of water. This was a great dive because we did not have to dive in a group, but rather just with our buddies. When we got back from our dive, we stowed the gear and motored over to Deshaies (De-hay!). We had some shore time to get some lunch and ice-cream. When we got back to the boat we prepped for the night passage to Antigua. A dinner of Frittata, Cassava bread, Sailors biscuits and a surprise dessert of chocolate covered bananas went down a treat, before heading to bed early to try and get some rest before night watch, which started at midnight.
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