This week some of the other volunteers and I have spent some evenings out in West End which has been lovely. Another night some of the newly arrived doctors came over and we played board games, made Mexican food and had a nice catch up. We also spent an early evening out on the sea – Mr. Dee kindly lent us his kayaks and we kayaked out to Anthony’s Key to see the dolphins. They were absolutely beautiful and the breathtaking sunset completed the adventure. It was a lovely thing to do and something I definitely recommend! The kayak back was a bit harder against the current but not too problematic and was lovely to be around the water too.
On my last day a trunk full of volunteers (including Miss Peggy and Mr Dee) went to Frenchies, a little island just out from French Harbour. It was actually paradise – beautiful white sands, water so clear it looked like it was from a bathtub, palm trees, sunshine – I would happily have stayed there forever! We had a lovely day snorkelling, swimming, relaxing in hammocks and sitting in the sand. It could honestly not have been a more perfect end to the trip.