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... rocks: Jack of Dan, Kick 'Em Jenny, Diamond Island, London Bridge Rock,natural arch. Interestedly enough we also pass close to a restricted area where a submerged active volcano lies and the depth goes from 2900 ft to 600!! This is also called Kick 'Em Jenny Volcano. Great names again. We cast the lures out in the hope of catching fish... we catch our next Christmas decs!! Holly leaf shaped seaweed with mistletoe thrown in as tough as old ...
Tonight is the last night of the 7 day cruise around the Caribbean for many so we farewelled our new friends from Orange County in California as they prepared to leave for Miami and their next adventure on the Everglades.We had a great night and now look forward to the next part of our journey, the Atlantic crossing to Barcelona. There are only 130 passengers doing the crossing, 100 of those being new passengers who join us tomorrow. There ...
... the sunset is beautiful.
I am writing now from the boat's deck. Finally, after dinner, Ariana taught me how to play backgammon and I like it. I also played with Elena. Having time to play with them is priceless, whether it is in the Caribbean or elsewhere.
Dinner was delicious : the men cooked : fish (red snapper , of course) . They cooked it in papillote. They boiled the conch and made a tomato sauce ...
We left Chatham Bay to head round to the other side of Union Island to the port of Clifton Harbour. It was here we intended to check out of the Grenadines and head down to Grenada. But we needed firstly to get some provisions and we were very low on fresh water.
The town was again ver colourful and charming but buying the basics is not easy. Fruit and vege stalls were dotted around the centre part but ...
... went round, getting other people to join in, and it was all good fun - just what the booze cruise is about :-)
We managed another rum punch each and soon the Rhum Runner II was dropping anchor at a gorgeous secluded beach. They dropped the gang plank and we went ashore, placed our towels and flip-flops on the sand and put on some sun lotion. The water was turquoise and the sand was white and powder soft; it was bliss.