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Aquila’s sister, Yvonne Siegel, was also in the Bahamas.

Siegel told NBC News in an interview that she and her husband were in the Caribbean for a few weeks and had no intention of leaving.

“We’re a small family,” she said.

“But it’s the place we are.

And it’s not like we’re living in a luxury cruise ship.

We’re living on a boat, living on one of the boats.

We want to do it the right way.”

Siegel said the couple had been to the Bahamas twice before, but that they had never stayed at the same place twice.

They were planning to do so this time, she said, and that it would be a “dream come true.”

The Siegels said they are considering moving to a different island, but they did not elaborate on what might happen.

The couple’s two children, ages 5 and 2, were staying with family in the Dominican Republic.

“I know that this is a hard decision to make, but I can’t leave them, either,” she wrote.

Siegel said she and the children had “never been in a hotel,” and that they would be moving to the island.

She wrote, “We are just waiting for our turn to see what’s in store.

We are not going to spend more than a week here in a single place.

We don’t want to live like a hotel.

We just want to be part of the Caribbean.

That’s what we want.”