Location: Savanna Bay, Virgin Gorda
Today we woke up at 6:30 and after eating a quick breakfast, we headed out to Spyglass Hill for a quick but steep hike and were rewarded with an amazing view of the surrounding islands and a quick history lesson about the sailing routes. Once we returned to the boat we ate a second breakfast of scrambled eggs and muffins. Then we set off to Savannah Bay, Virgin Gorda, the longest route yet and although a few of us were affected by seasickness it was an amazing ride after a shark and sea turtles were spotted swimming next to the boat!After arriving at Savannah Bay everyone took a shower and prepared for dinner which was followed by a game of Uno and cabin clean-up which we were rewarded for with some delicious brownies!
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