Sadly, today was the last day in the BVI. To soften the blow, the teachers let us sleep in until 9 o clock and gave us the afternoon to just relax around Guavaberry. For breakfast, Casey and Andrea brought everyone doughnuts, granola bars, yogurt, and juice underneath the chaperones’s cabin. Afterwards, we headed over to our community service site, a small local beach to clean up. From 10am to 11:30, everyone went up and down the beach, picking up trash, plastic, a lot of rope, buoys, bottles, and countless other things. In the first few minutes of the cleanup, the whole island heard Chris Ayres scream at the top of his lungs, “SNAKE!” The way he screamed made it sound like it bit him, but he just picked up a coconut and a snake slithered out… Nothing but an overreaction. For the rest of the time, everyone worked together to clean up the filthy beach, and when we were done, I honestly could not see a spec of trash along the shore. After the cleanup, we had our last meal at the marina, and I ordered what I have ordered there for every lunch, the shrimp and crabmeat wrap. I don’t know if it was just the fact I knew it was the last time I would have it or if there was just a new cook today, but the wrap tasted better than the other three times I ate it. After lunch, we walked around the shops at the marina for a while. Then we headed back to Guavaberry Springs for an afternoon to ourselves: 4 hours of just relaxing on our last day in BVI.