We REALLY took it easy on the fourth and final day here in Treasure Cay. Thankfully, we had our power on all day which was wonderful. AND, it was the coolest day of the week by far - only in the low to mid-90's with a little breeze. We slept late and then ate lunch on the beach.
The Coco Beach Grill
After lunch, we walked back to our little villa and rested pretty much all afternoon. Lange went to the beach, but I had all the sun I needed. We cleaned up late in the day and went to the only "real" restaurant in Treasure Cay - Spinnaker's. We had no idea you were supposed to have reservations, but we walked right in and got a table. The food was the best we had all week. A perfect way to end our vacation.
After dinner, we walked on the beach one last time. We barely missed the sunset, but the view was still beautiful. We would have stayed longer, but the mosquitos were eating us.
The area of the ocean outside our villa is called the Sea of Abaco because the outer islands around it form a sort of barrier. It is the most peaceful, beautiful beach of all the islands and has won several awards. We videoed the sounds just so we would remember how wonderful it was...About halfway through the video I saw a fish - maybe a dolphin - surface near us. Pardon the interruption.
Lange did an outstanding job planning this trip. In fact, if we ever came back I would do EXACTLY the same things we did all over again. He has always enjoyed "game-planning" - particularly with regard to travel. I think if music ministry didn't pan out that he could be a trip advisor for people. He is the best! This vacation has been a long time coming. The past year has been unbelievably difficult. I was reminded this week that Jesus also took time out to rejuvenate. He also seemed to prefer the sea or water for relaxation. How incredibly thankful I am to have had this opportunity to rest and de-stress. I am SO ready to see my kids, though.