Nathan helping his daddy momentarily at the job site.
Glistening waters is located in Falmouth, Jamaica. It is actually a marina made up of brackish water. Their claim is that the water lights up when it is stirred. Our tour guide explained that this is caused by a micro-organism that lives in the water and when it is "disturbed" it lights up sort of like a firefly does. He said that this phenomenon is only found in Indonesia, the Bahamas, Puerto Rico and Jamaica. He also claims that Jamaica's is the brightest.
Jerry was our boat driver and tour guide.
Nathan was disappointed because he envisioned the water lighting up like fireworks and not just glowing. He did however enjoy sticking his hand in the water and the water that remained on his hand looked like it had glow-in-the-dark glitter in it. Other than that he was pretty much bored with it. It was neat to see the fish dart away from the boat creating a flash in the water.
The wake behind the boat glowing.
View of the restaurant and docks from the boat.
Nathan squinting at the flash on the camera.
Most of my pictures did not turn out good because when I used the flash it lit the place up and made it look like daylight. But, maybe you can get the idea of how the water glowed when it was disturbed.