We decided to go to Horseshoe Bay today, but the waves looked a little...well wavy.

So, we headed over to Baby Bay beside Horseshoe.



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We arrived and I was a little shocked to see that there really wasn't very many people in this area.



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Before we could even get situated Sakari was already off and running into the water. I absolutely love the water and she loves it like me x10.

We picked a spot and put our things down in the sand and claimed our real estate for the day...which happened to be in the middle of that small beach and in the sun (which was odd for the hubby, he usually likes to find a shady spot).


I was off to explore a few of the nooks and crannies.

How's the water Sakari?

I was not in all the way at this point. Yes, the water was a little cool, but not too bad and I usually quickly get use to the water after a few minutes. However, Sakari decided it was time that I got fully use to the water and jumped in enough to completely cool me down....ugh, kids. I like to do it on my own time thank you. She decided it was time for me to get wet whether I was ready or not.

What a beautiful bird. There were several nest up in the rocks around the little bay.

We all headed into the water and explored for awhile. We snorkeled, but I have to say the water was all churned up so there really was no way to get any good pictures. I took several and they are all pretty crappy. There were some really huge parrot fish in the area (which is something I had read up on prior to coming, but I had heard a lot of people mention that you would find really huge ones over at Stonehole Beach during our walk from Warwick).


I climbed the rocks to take pictures and it was much easier to see the huge parrot fish from up there.

They were seriously huge. Probably the biggest parrot fish I have ever seen before were here in Bermuda and this wouldn't be the only day we seen them this big. They just kept getting bigger and bigger.

The rocks in the area and super pointy and jagged. I did not know this and man it would be super easy to get cut up on them. I had to be extra careful since I'm so danger prone on vacations. The last thing I needed was to fall and break something. I got myself into an area along the edge and wasn't really sure how to get back out. So what happens in that case? You just jump off the rocks back into the water. Problem solved. Yea, I took the easy way down.


Like always, I'm always searching for the "neat little things" that people normally wouldn't think to take pictures of. The waves churning back and forth, the rocks in the water would fill up when the tide comes in and when it goes back out they would "drain".

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After the hubby seen the fun I was having, he decided to adventure out on the rocks too.


"Hey, give me that camera and I'll take some pictures of you from up here"

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Well if that wasn't a fake "I'm snorkeling pose" then I don't know what is...I look more like I'm water tanning.

Hubs decided he was going on up to see the view and I took pics as he made it up there.

Then the family started climbing as well....