Happy Father’s Day!! Yesterday we woke up to no power, so it was off to a friend’s house to spend the rainy day in front of the television. Today the weather was looking a little better, so we went out on the inflatable again, this time to Turtle Rocks. We did some snorkeling and saw huge parrot fish and a lobster. The parrot fish was also had a small remora attached to its ventral side and didn’t appear to be too pleased about it. There were dozens of other small fish, from grunts to surgeonfish. Although we are disappointed to have gone so long without a dolphin trip, it is nice to be able to get our snorkels wet & see other exciting creatures. Tomorrow we will head to a friend’s “internet café” for the phone link to the aquarium & to get these field reports posted to the internet. Thanks for reading! Until later, Kel & Maria
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