Oh yes, the sun can be dangerous as well... so we sat in the shade and took in the warmth from the sand. Yes, we got red, yes we used sunscreen. I am thinking about putting Andrew in a wet suit when we are outside so no skin is exposed to the sun. I turn a golden brown... must be those French Canadian genes... I could be Hawaiian... is it too late to convert? I know that isn't how it works... but maybe it should.
I was worried that I had "missed" the sunset. On the second to the last day we ended up eating at the beach, but we were inside and well... eating when the sun was setting. The next night we were schedule for an activity and I was worried I wasn't going to get to experience a sunset. Sure, we had experienced a sunset the first night we were there, but it wasn't quite the same... seeing the sunset on an land we hadn't felt beneath our feet for more than a few minutes... it just didn't seem right. So I captured the sun setting when we were at a luau, and we missed the presentation of the pig so I could get this picture... and it was totally worth it.