Bev, who walks further than Pat and I, came in and said she was running late because she’d stopped to watch the dolphins feed and both them and their prey were jumping out of the water. The dolphins can be seen several times a day cruising past the beach about 50 yards off shore, but this is only the second time any of us have seen them feeding. Marco has a big wide beach and looked like this this morning - lots more is exposed at low tide.
But upon closer inspection, I would not want to fall into them.
After the sun came out, the beach looked more inviting. These umbrellas and a small fleet of sailing catamarans are for resort guests.
The resort has two buildings with one out near the beach and the other with the pool between it and the beach. We prefer the latter as we can watch the goings on both places. Here's a shot from the beach.
I'd taken some shots down from our balcony, so here are some from ground level of the little pond and back across the pool to the building we're in - we're on the 4th floor, 2nd from left. Bev and Pat are in the chairs in front of the tallest palm tree in the center of the shot.
Meals today were real easy – breakfast was our leftovers from yesterdays visit to Hoot’s, lunch was sandwich and chips provided by the resort for a fashion show and supper was some reheated ribs we brought with us sided with some taters, peppers, & onions, and a salad - no one was motivated to go out. I reheated the ribs by adding some water and putting them on the grill over medium heat for 30 minutes. I then removed them from the foil, added some sauce to each side and cooked each side for a couple of minutes to set the sauce. They were just the way Bev and Pat like them - falling off the bone tender.
We ate on the balcony to this view.
Have a great day and thanks for stopping by.