Rock Haven Bed & Breakfast
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... before we arrived and once ashore we were split into two groups, each taking the next part of the journey in a minibus taxi.
As we drove through Charlestown, the capital of Nevis our driver pointed out the birthplace of Alexander Hamilton ?? I wasn't sure who this guy was but seems is was a famous senate in the US hundreds of years ago and can be seen on a 10 dollar bill.
We drove through some sleepy villages with their colourful balconies and windows, the driver pointing out ...
... students that evening as that was on the menu for his visiting scholars. Hard life right? The bucket he hauled on board had 3 large
colorful fish and Reese dared the boys to touch the fish eyes. Men and their dares. Wendy was even brave enough.
Once we realized that the fish were smarter than the fishermen we headed back down the beach in front of a dive shop and just played in the surf to cool off. The kids made sand castles and we ...
... in a wooden box with a stick and string, just like a road runner cartoon. It works wonderfully! We used dog food or scraps as bait. Once we had caught a particularly loud and noisy rooster we decided to have a tutoring lesson for Reese on butchering so he can get rid of his numerous morning (or middle of the night) alarm clocks and have some free chicken meat as a bonus. Half way through the tutorial he had to return to work and Sheree thinks she may ...
... it. Jeffrey, on the other hand, is excited and anxious to learn to ride starting tomorrow.
At about 3:30 in the afternoon the frogs started peeping and this goes on all night. It hard to imagine that in a few weeks, we will have a hard time going to sleep without their lullaby. After dinner we went hunting for the little noise makers. When we finally saw one, he is hiding just next to the sink in a rock "worm", another name for an above ...
... staff in our marina. When David went to start the port engine, it choked a few times and then went dead. This can't be good. ARGHHHH! After hours consulting with a couple of engineers and mechanics we decided that we would leave to Antigua to have a certified Yanmar mechanic work on it since it was still under warranty. This means we would need to travel 50 nautical miles into 4-6 foot seas and 20 knot winds. We would be averaging 2.5 nm per hour. A 20 ...