Day four was pretty darn radical. Shortly after a quaint breakfast I, along with marine two, headed off to Necker Island. Necker Island is a privately owned island that people can rent out. Necker island houses over sixty lemurs total and more than three species. Necker island also houses one of two flamingo populations in the BVI, has a thriving colony of Rock Iguana and has a population of Scarlet Ibis. Honestly Ive gotta hold up here and say thank you Doc, this idea of yours was incredible, seeing the island was amazing. I’d also like to thank Mr. Kirby for allowing Doc to put this trip to Necker island, again incredible idea I don’t know why Doc’s idea was approved sooner. For lunch we went to Saba Rock, a real beautiful small island with lounges, fish pond thing, and great food, Mahi Mahi fish tacos. The marine two guys then got to learn some life lessons from Jeff, which was pretty darn awesome. When we got back and met up with Marine one we had a bit of down time before dinner. After dinner my project group was at it again, collecting bioluminescent plankton for our project. Because of our mistakes the first time, we successfully conducted our experiment this time and I’ve got a feeling it’s gunna be awesome when we present.