I’m having a job sorting out time. Maybe that’s what happens when you stay in a place like this. OK by me.
Friday morning we were still at Tobago Cays and I wondered if it would be as fabulous when I came up from below or if it had something to do with the wine. I’m still struggling with words to describe it. It is like nothing else I’ve ever seen and the weather was ideal to enjoy the reef. We even had a quick snorkel before breakfast. Kealoha’s tender is more like a high speed power boat so getting around is great fun and can be exceedingly fast but for our second snorkelling session of the day we circled one of the biggest (albeit tiny) islands very sedately as befits respect for this protected marine park, before tying up on a leeward shore. The snorkelling was amazing. I haven’t got a clue about fish but we saw masses and the array of colours, shapes and sizes defies description. Getting off a leeward shore tested David’s dinghy skills but, as they say round here, no problem.