Ugh. It's cold in Charlotte, NC. How I miss those 80 degree days back in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The last part of our babymoon was spent in the city of Fajardo where we jumped on a small boat along with a few other tourists to tour a bioluminescent bay.
We used the company, Bioisland, to set up the actual tour, that lasted about 1.5 hours. The "Laguna Grande" is full of plankton that light up in the water when moved. Our boat's captain was pretty knowledgeable about my camera and was able to set up some killer shots.
I can't explain how amazing the experience was ... there is just something about being out in the middle of nature, in complete darkness, underneath some beautiful stars. One of our guides was able to point out more constellations than I have ever seen, even in books. Not to mention I saw a shooting star ... that was just an OMG moment for sure.
We got back to the hotel after 11pm and we were exhausted! The next morning brought a slight flight delay but we made it home to Mason around 6:45pm and I couldn't have been more excited to see him. We shared this weird laughing/crying moment and I knew he was as happy to see me as I was to see him.
Thank you to my wonderful husband for taking me on such an amazing trip. I was so relaxed and content to spend a few days alone with him without a constant toddler interruption :)
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