The trail was about a mile in, and a mile back out. It had been raining all night so we were worried about the mud. It was quite wet, but not too bad for hiking. This picture was taken just prior to Melanie stepping backwards and toppling off head over heels over the "Danger - Keep Out" sign:
Then we had to get back to the north side of the island because we had booked a trip out on the ocean for a "Shark Encounter" little adventure. Dave's business partner told us we just had to do it (but suggested that we take the kids out later in our week because they might not want to go back in the water once they have seen the sharks, haha). We got out on the boat in windy conditions and once we got out to the shark infested area, the boat captains decided the water was too choppy to put the cage down in the water. That was a bit of a relief as we saw a shark on the surface. It gave us an easy out for not wanting to get in the water with the sharks. So we just fed it from the safety of the boat's railing and called it a day. WHEW!