We took out a kayak and then went "snorkeling." I say snorkeling with air quotes because when you are in only 3 feet of water, with one
foot fin planted firmly on the ground and simply bending over to observe the fish below, I don't think it really counts as snorkeling. Just sayin'.
But mostly, I just stayed by the pool, reading my
but he prefers to be busy so he spent his time snorkeling (for real), windsurfing and scuba diving.
He did get to scuba dive in the real ocean, but first he had to practice in the pool.
The exhausting part of the vacation came the last day as we were checking out. We handed over our room key, only to immediately overhear the guy next to us say something about all flights being grounded in Miami due to the weather?
That would have been good information to have before we surrendered our room key! Subsequently, we had to spend the next 2 hours (along with 30 other guests not getting off the island) being shuffled around into new rooms. Which they charged us each $300 for. Nice, considering there were no other options on the island.