We've been exploring some of the many Cays of the Exumas. We're learning new skills as we navigate through the cuts (in the reefs) in search of anchorages that are deep enough for us, ideally with not too much current roaring by. One of our guide books told us about shy, pink iguanas "peeking through bushes" on Leaf Cay. Sounded interesting. They weren't shy enough for my taste, though! As the picture below indicates, there were a lot of them on the beach waiting for us and they were fighting over who would get to us first. Pablo thought they were just looking for snacks. I wasn't interested in hanging around to find out if it was true. After dropping me off on the boat, Pablo and the kids went back to explore. Somehow they survived the iguana stampede and got some great photos.
|Exploring Rat Cay|
|Leaf Cay sunset|
|A few of the pink iguanas waiting for us on the beach|
|The girls named this one "Big Dude"|
|An interesting spider on Leaf Cay|
|It is hard to capture the "adverse" conditions when the water is so beautiful|