Deep in the mangrove swamps, we spotted lots of baby baracuda, baby puffer fish and baby lemon sharks. The water was so shallow, we grounded the kayak a couple of times and had to get out. Good thing we didn’t step on the mangrove jellyfish, who fortunately are more interested in eating algae than tourists lubed up with SPF60.
We also stopped off to see Iguana Island, a small island home to over 3,000 iguanas. It was mating season, and they were, ahem, busy. Apparently the male iguana has not one but two penises. Between the iguanas and the glowworms (see post below), it was quite the sex education vacation!!