Breakfast early at the bar poolside this morning is quickly become our routine. The baby didn’t like the little lizards scampering about. He didn’t want to walk by them. He had his eyes on the “wa-wa” again, he couldn’t even eat he was so excited. He would have climbed right in, pj’s and all if we had let him. The front desk staff booked Coco Bistro for the evening for Sarah and Eric. We enjoyed Taylor bay so much we decided to go back today. We found it like pros this time. The drive over is easy; the baby dozed so we chose to sight see while he was cat napping. Chalk sound is stunning. We drove past the turn off and ogled some mansions nearby. Who owns that one off on that little peninsula?? It’s a complex in itself. We were extra prepared for the beach. Rum punch, snacks, water, sunscreen, baby, toys etc. It was perfect. We let the baby go skinny-dipping for a short period at the end of our stay here. I told the rest of them to leave their clothes on. We decided on da Conk Shack for lunch. Funny, it was sunny at Taylor Bay, overcast and raining on the north side. That’s okay; we were under the roof and the baby dashed in and out of the rain on the deck. Awesome choice, a very relaxed atmosphere, family friendly and we didn’t worry that he was disturbing others and we had the best lunch! Eric and I had the fish tacos and Sarah had the cracked conk. Homemade fries. Our fish tacos had this ugly but delicious hot bean sauce on the side. We practically licked our plates or at least I did. Sarah bought a shell. Anyone snorkel here? It looked interesting or is that all sea grass out there?? We wandered on back to Villa Del Mar where the baby napped. Eric and I went down to the beach and booked Island Vibes for later in the week with the beach attendants. We chose this operator based on all your reviews and advice and because the boat looked a little easier to navigate around on with a toddler. The called and made an agreement with the operator that the baby could go for free. We appreciated that. He wasn’t drinking any rum punch anyway. Catamarans would be harder with the openness on the sides. We couldn’t leave Grace Bay beach without jumping in to cool off. Trotted back to the resort for some pool time while the baby finished his nap. We pulled ourselves together for an afternoon of snorkeling at Coral Gardens. I find it hard to snorkel in shallow water. You really need to swim out further on the sides to begin to snorkel comfortably here. Some nice soft corals out deeper but up front it was pretty beat up. We did see a small variety including parrot, lionfish, puffer fish and a stingray. We returned to the resort so that they could get ready for dinner. I ordered a pizza as I offered to stay in with the baby so they could enjoy a quite evening together alone. I can’t speak for their dinner but they rather enjoyed it. This was the one and only time I turned on the TV (wish I could say the same for the bartender) for some cartoons just prior to the baby settling down for the night. He is so sweet. He settled down easily for me. I am having a marvelous time on Provo.