Location: Great Harbor, Peter Island
Today was an extravagant day with extravagant events. Being the first day of this beautiful month, we decided to celebrate it this morning by walking in muddy seawater mangroving right by West End Tortola, where we had started our voyage. Before that, we woke up late and sailed from Jost van Dyke to Tortola. After mangroving, we got some shore time where most of us ate at Pussers which was partially destroyed by Hurricane Irma. After enjoying our gigantic meals, we sailed again to Peter Island, where we reside tonight. The sail was very relaxing with most of us hanging out by the helm with most of the sail except for David, who was fast asleep in his cabin. After having some issues finding a place to anchor because of the copious amounts of ships anchored here tonight we got right to work preparing our Mexican Night. We feasted once again, this time without any of us getting injured. Tonight we will continue embracing Mexican culture by watching Nacho Libre. Tomorrow we will continue mangroving as we continue to get closer to the end of our trip.