Location: St. Eustatius
This morning the crew was woken up to a wonderful breakfast of bacon, eggs, sausage patties, and bagels. Quickly followed by a wonderful Marine Bio class, where we learned about all sorts of fascinating deep sea organisms, such as the angler fish. In case anyone was wondering the male angler fish becomes parasitic to his woman and literally latches onto her, taking nutrients from her and eventually completely fusing to her. After science chat we did an awesome hike to the rim of a crater, after which Josh and myself started prep work on a piece of modern art for Jack’s “23” birthday. This cake was all but your average strawberry cake. Jackson Pollock would be proud of this modernistic styled dessert.
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