Sorry but I didn't get a video of the Tepan Edo style dining location. I didn't even get pictures. Long story. Anyways it's a shame I didn't because it blew Tepan Edo out of the water. It was more exciting and more entertaining. The food was about the same and you still sat with a lot of people you don't know.
We also hit the French restaurant. The service was very good. Some of the best yet. The food was good but a couple things were odd. The onion soup was off. I don't know what was wrong with it. I think maybe the cheese wasn't right but I couldn't quite tell. It was still tasty though.
For desert we ordered the creme brulee. It tasted okay but it was warm. That's a little off putting. You'd expect the custard to be cool like normal creme brulee.
So after days of sitting around and doing next to nothing what do you do? You go snorkeling! There was a nice spot just off the beach. normally you don't see much just off of the beach but that's not the case here.
First of all I'll explain that I do not have a water kit for my DSLR. I own a little Fuji Film XP camera which is water, drop, dust, and freeze proof. The photo quality isn't top notch but for what it does I can't complain.
First of all it's school time! What I am talking about? Think of Finding Nemo. Yes we have a sting ray in the house. Now I don't know if the teacher in Fining Nemo is a sting ray or a manta ray but I know he was a friendly fellow...not to mention big. This fellow on the right is big. The picture doesn't do it justice. I was at least 15 feet above him when I took this. His wing span is about eight to ten feet. He's huge! If you look closely at his tail you'll notice a brown stripe. That is his stinger. It's big, it's barbed and you don't want to get hit with it. Thankfully sting rays are gentle giants and almost never sting people unless the person is annoying, attacks, steps on, or a similar act. Sting rays just want nothing to do with people unless you are feeding them. I do not recommending feeding a wild sting ray. That has bad news written all over it. However if you go to Grand Cayman you can feed them at sting ray city.
Next behold the amazing lion fish. This is one fish you do not want to mess with. The pack a wallop. those barbs hold a toxin that can rock your world. If you are allergic to that toxin there is a good chance you will be dead before they can get you to shore.
Amazingly the lion fish is not native to the Caribbean. It somehow made there from the Red Sea. Most likely someone dumped a former pet.