Oh my what a sight - and I am not talking about Grenada
We are all ready docked, it is early but we are alongside the pier in Grenada and we open up the blinds to look out to see another ship right across from us and our view are many of the passengers from that ship waking up and getting ready too. Maybe too much of a view, my eyes notice a man right across from me who goes up to the balcony window in his tight black undies! Way too much to see! Does he not understand that there is a ship right across from him! Obviously not because he actually comes out on his balcony. I see it is a ship that is carrying mainly Germans and maybe they are a little more free than us. Oh well, but I still haven't burned that image out. Wanted to take a picture but figured that would not be appropriate.
We are here until 2 pm and so we need to get up and get going. We booked a tour with Native Spirit http://www.divinggrenada.com/snorkel.htm that is going to take us to some snorkel spots. Cathy organized this tour and there is a large group from Cruise Critic going. One of the reasons we booked is because the boat stops at Turtle Head Reef and Moliniere Sculpture Park & Flamingo Bay. You can check out the website of the artist at http://www.underwatersculpture.com/
A bunch of us get off together trying to find the tour boat, and after a bit of confusion we quickly find Native Spirit in the same area as the water taxi dock.
The first sculpture of life size statues done in a circle of friends setup
Kim and I - she was hilarious, a great couple from Chicago
We make our way back to the ship, Bernie is all ready heading to the International Cafe for his salad and sandwich and tea. We are both exhausted after spending the entire morning in the sun. I watch the sailaway and then crawl into bed for a quick nap as tonight is our Chef's Table Experience.
with Cepes and Jus, Today's Market Vegetables - Chateau Potatoes
Whiskey Soaked Raspberry Soft Centre, Mango Glaze