Most of our day was spent acting like small children on the water slides :) A lot of racing happened and the winner is still being debated.
sunbathing and eating :)
All dressed up for dinner after our
first day at sea.
I'm very happy to call him mine!
Our next stop was in Freeport. The experience there was much more pleasant! The locals were very friendly. It's a very industrial town and not very impressive at first glance. But after you leave the city it is a beautiful city! This was the actual day of our anniversary and we spent it kayaking through the Lucayan National Forests.
After we made it to the end of the creek we had a short walk to the beach. The mangroves were so thick through here. The pictures don't show how pretty they really were. Their root systems go into the sand under the water and the trees float on top. Each species has a different way of ridding itself of the salt from the water and they are excellent environments for juvenile fish.
This was the end of the trail of our walk. The picture just doesn't do it justice. I've been to many beaches and this was by far the most beautiful one I've ever seen!
If my babies had been there I think I
could've stayed there forever.
There wasn't anyone else in sight other than our small group.