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The island of St. Thomas. Ocean Park. P.1.

Capi4ca • 4 minutes read • August 22nd, 2015
After the tour ended we were taken back to the port. It was 12 p.m. We were set to leave at 5.30 p.m. We went to

Ocean Park

. There you can touch sharks, feed stingrays and watch begging iguanas walk around. Just like our cats!

But we saw everything one after another. As usual!
We noticed an old tower in the port. But everything around was closed. Weren’t able to enter.

Only a hen was walking with her chickens.

Went to the cabstand. But there weren’t any taxis wishing to take us to

Ocean Park

. Finally, one of them agreed, but also took some tourists to

Magens Bay

Beach. That’s the beach we saw from the viewpoint.  

And we arrived at the beach. The tourists laid out on the beach. There was a fee to stay there: $4 for tourists and $2 for locals. 

Our driver bought some coconuts from the local seller and we continued further.

Arrived. Arranged with the cab-driver about his driving us at 4 p.m. and taking us back. He charged us $20 for a one way trip.  

Going to the pay office. Iguanas met us near the entrance. 

The map is from above.

A little bit closer.

Always look under your feet! You don't want to step on his tail!  

This little construction was situated on the coral reef.

You can see the beach in the distance.  We had time for a visit! 

Going down. There was a round room under the water. Real sea water with corals and fish could be seen beyond the glass.

They fed the fish between 12 - 2 p.m.. We made it on time! 

A diver appeared with food.

And what has started here! A throng! Welter!

Small fish floated far away. As if they were avoiding being eaten! 

Coming out. There were turtles in the fenced-in lagoon on the right.

Going further.

They feed the sharks at 1 p.m.  
Author: Capi4ca
Source: capi4ca.livejournal.com
Translated by: Gian Luka

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