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... and its chaotic traffic made worse by being market day, our driver took us to a super beach where we had a rum punch and enjoyed the lovely sandy beach for a while before returning to the ship.
All in all a splendid trip capped off with a Caribbean party on board complete with local steel band.
The party atmosphere was great not to mention the rum punch. Well in the home of Bob Marley the party has to be good. Reggae ...
... every family/individual has to be questioned by customs before going through. Finally after 45min we were through and then we were met by the driver from the resort. He was confused as we had 1 bag and another small bag with some shoes he thought that some of our luggage had gone missing seeing as the other lady who arrived had almost the same amount of luggage as the 6 of us!! The drive to the resort took about 30 minutes. You ...
... asked to wear for the entire week - not the most sterile advice. In the end, I was shown the anaesthetic drugs and equipment, helped hold down a screaming child and took a history from a really friendly man with an inguinal hernia. The last patient we saw had HIV, TB, some serious clubbing and a hernia the size of a football entering his scrotum. Not nice. There were so many differences to the UK health care I'm used to. The sharps bins they use ...
Arriving into Admiralty Bay in Bequia after a very quick sail down from St Vincent where we had to hussle around for somewhere to anchor. The bay while quite big is subject to a rolly swell and we were surprised at how many boats were here on anchor. While there are a lot of charter boats there were also freighters, fishing boats, old ferries, super yachts and cruise ships all at anchor.
We finally picked a spot and ...
... all over the world on cargo vessels, and quite a few have ended up owning their own. Some are intrepid fishermen who venture all over the Grenadines in little open boats.
The island has an active whaling station (unfortunately) where local whalers can take four whales a year, and in some years they do not get any.
Bequians are a proud people, descendants of settlers who came from north America on whaling boats, from farms ...
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