Location: St. Vincent, St. Vincent And The Grenadines
Today on Ocean Star we got up earlier than our normal time to climb La Soufriere, which is a volcano on the island St. Vincent. It was a long hike and a challenge, but the view was amazing at the top. We were standing on the edge of the crater up in the clouds. Right as we were preparing to descend, it started to rain cats and dogs, so we carefully picked our way back down. On the way back from our hike many took a snooze in the taxi, and once we arrived back on board, we took our VHF exam. After the exam, we all took showers and taught some people on the boat how to dive into the water for the first time which was very fun. At the end of the day, we ate a delicious dinner prepped by Carolyn, Dasha, and Dylan, which was probably the best meal so far in my opinion. Tomorrow we will be moving to the island of St. Lucia, which will be fun and nice to see more on our journey through the Caribbean.
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