Our last full day in paradise.
We kicked off the day with another breakfast of champions on the patio.
That was the view from my chair. See the sliver of ocean? And the view of one of the pools below us. (The balcony was screened-in if you wondering what the lines are from.)
We wanted to do something this final day besides lounge on the beach but we felt we needed to stay close to the resort seeing as the wedding was early that evening. And I still wasn't feeling 100%. There's a reef off of the beach within walking distance of the resort so we headed off on foot to check it out. Walking in the sand with a broken toe wasn't exactly comfortable so we were a bit slower than normal. We didn't time our walk but I'd say it took approximately 25 minutes to reach Bight Reef.
We ended up bumping into Rich's brother and sister-in-law so Rich was able to snorkel with his brother, who pointed out the barracuda to him. (Rich borrowed the snorkel gear from the resort.) I decided to wimp it out on the beach. Many, many years ago, I snorkeled in Maui so that little activity has been checked off the bucket list. I have a fear of sharks (who doesn't?) and I like to give myself panic attacks in the ocean.
Rich and his bro.
So after that little adventure, we headed back to our room to change and then walked back over to Bay Bistro for lunch.
View from our table.
That was a veggie pizza, which was really good and came with a small side salad. My only complaint was that the crust was a bit soggy, most likely from the white sauce. We shared the pizza and a caesar salad and ice cream. The coconut ice cream was the tastiest.
Lunch killed about an hour and a half of our day and we were only left with a few hours before we needed to get ready for the wedding. We walked around for a bit and then headed back to the room to nap and read. Even though we thought we had been appropriately applying sunscreen, we both had some nasty burns in some spots so we didn't mind some time completely out of the sun. The left side of my neck was bright red and I couldn't seem to keep sunscreen on the tops of my feet.
Obligatory walking on the beach photos.
Those tents were for the wedding reception.
And the patio, my reading spot.
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