Location: Roseau to Portsmouth, Dominica
The day started with some yoga, to loosen up those sore muscles that we mistreated badly two days ago during the Boiling Lake hike. After the morning exercise and breakfast we were ready for quite a load of Oceanography class. We had a date with an evening quiz on Physical Oceanography, what asked for a long review class in the morning. Once done with class and after playing the obligatory Tetris in the galley to find space for all the provisions Monika and Cayley had bought for us, we made our way to a different part of Dominica, namely Portsmouth, a quiet little town at Prince Rupert Bay. Here there was time for studying, either on shore or on board, as well as for one of the first practices on back flips. Some went also for a dinghy ride to enjoy some boat watching and also to gather some nice pictures of beautiful Ocean Star that one of our harbor neighbors had taken few days before, while we were underway with all the sails up. For dinner there was brain food: Self-made pizza thanks to our head chef of the day, Tucker; and brownies, thanks to Dana. Hopefully that helped with the quiz, which was scheduled for shortly after. In addition, we had an introduction on the characteristics of estuaries, since tomorrow we will be touring the Indian River, a great opportunity for observing the dynamics of the confluence between sea and land waters.
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