|In the morning we picked up a golf cart from Buddy's Golf Cart Rentals and began our tour of the island.|
|We first took Cara's mother to see the seahorses at Iguana Reef Inn.|
|They have created a seahorse habitat off of their dock/beach area.|
|They can be hard to see at first. There is a seahorse just left of center in this photo.|
|Once you see one it's much easier to see others.|
|Still, they don't photograph terribly well with our phone cameras.|
|We continued south on the residential road. You can't really get past the airstrip, but the island widens in this area, and there |
is a lot of land that is being cleared and filled and put up for sale.
|An iguana watched us from a construction site.|
|We went back to the main street and stopped for lunch at the Sub Stop. When we were here in April it was called Sub Away |
and looked remarkably like a U.S. chain restaurant, but for obvious reasons he changed the name and created a new menu.
|In driving around we encountered these two male iguanas fighting in the middle of the street.|
|A guy said he had been watching them for at least fifteen minutes. We watched for another five, then drove on. Neither |
seemed to have the upper hand, so it was going to be a matter of which one got exhausted and gave up first.
|A cute anole with a colorful backdrop.|
|We returned the cart and went back to the hotel to chill on the rooftop deck, read books, take naps, etc.|
|The view from the rooftop deck...|
|Deedra's fish filet kebab with salad and baked potato|
|Erics Mango Tango fish filet with baked potato and stew beans|