I would like to say that breakfast was definitely something to look forward to. Keishawn and I had a $100 each in breakfast credit each day of our stay at The Cove. The breakfast menu options were great, but I ordered pretty much the same thing every day: Eggs Benedict with Smoked Salmon or Crab, and an extra side of Smoked Salmon.
An amazing morning view while eating breakfast.
I waited so late to shop for this trip; which is almost always the case for me. Because I was last minute shopping, I ended up purchasing quite a bit from ASOS. I knew that I was going to end up qualifying for free expedited shipping.
After breakfast we relaxed, and changed into our swimwear.
In my previous post, I told you all about the need for wheels around the island. You either have them or don’t. We were lucky to stay on a Resort that provided bicycles for us to use. The plan was to bike ride from the resort to Queen’s Bath a hot spring destination. It was only about a mile and a half away. SURELY I could do that. In my mind i’m like yeah…this should be easy. I was pro back in day with the neighborhood kids, and I only fell off a few times because I was going too fast and couldn’t stop. Well, that was then and I definitely am NOT as skilled on the bike. LOL I forgot that you have to adjust the seat, and I just could not get myself balanced long enough to pedal. Epic fail.
Since we couldn’t make it out of the resort by bike, we decided to just go back to the water. I changed into yet another swimsuit and put this big hat to use. I was able to finish reading “Influencer” by Brittany Hennessy. It is definitely a must read for anyone who is looking to grow their brand, monetize their influence, and understand influencer marketing. Get it from Amazon here!
Later that evening, we took a sunset cruise on the Caribbean. Seaspray Tours did not disappoint. I had such a blast talking with the Captain who was a native of the Bahamas and laughing so much with Keishawn.
I have one final post from this trip!
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