Lisa has been trying to sort out some issues with the local DMV...
and finding most of the instructions more confusing than helpful.
But after picking me up from work we headed to the beach...
so I could show her the one solitary channel marker that marks the winding cut through the barrier reef through which I must thread the needle daily.
Later we tagged along on a moonlight kayak trip. We paddled out into the mangroves to watch the sun set before ducking into a small cove filled with little aquatic critters that glow when agitated.
The paddles moving through the water left swirling glowing patches in the water- as did Lisa's hands when she couldn't resist playing with the lights. Once in a while we could see fish dart through the dark water leaving glowing trails behind them.
This morning we went out to the west side of the island to dive along the cruiseship pier. It was the maiden voyage for my new camera housing, so it went empty today to check for leaks- which means every rare and beautiful thing came and posed in front of us. Afterwards we went up the beach to have a beer and lunch. Lisa caught up with VA...
while I stared out towards Puerto Rico.
Then it was up into the rainforest to find my way to the site of tonight's bachelor party.
I've been invited by the host to help do some damage to the Associate Guest of Honor.
This is definitely a spot for potential visitors to consider.
And if anyone was worried, Lisa is doing a fine job of blending in around here.