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On Monday we embark on a 8-10 day passage through the Turks & Caicos (3-4 days) where we turn east, going offshore for 5-6 days in order to skip over the Dominican Republic & Puerto Rico. Our hope is to land in either the Spanish Virgin Islands or the U.S. Virgin Islands, depending on winds & weather. Grandma and Grandpa are coming to ...
... it was time for another dip in the water. This time as we headed towards the beach we were greeted by 4 giant stingrays looking for lunch of their own. Tyler and Maya fed the family of stingrays conch scraps from the Conch Bar.
During the trip over from Black Point our SSB radio antenna came tumbling down from the top of the mast. This time it was ...
... 8230;let’s go with that. Most unique moment of the day: Coming back to our stateroom at the end of the night, where there was a monkey (wearing Hayley’s sunglasses) hanging on our curtains. Coolest moment of the day: Watching a pod of dolphins – from our private balcony – jump in and out of the water alongside the Allure. Quote of the day: "Jetlag: it gets ya in different ways." –Hayley after a two-hour nap ...
... Island. Having crossed the Island and popped our heads out on the Atlantic side we were very glad to still be in harbour. having worked up a thirst we stop off in "Chat and chill" the local beach bar on the Island and we see a big sting ray as we land the dinghy. After another very bumpy night we decide to brave the winds and head on up as weather looking very unsettled for several ...
A few pics of our last few days before arriving in Georgetown (GGT)
- met up with Flextime at Oven Rock
- going out Farmer's Cut
and from the SHORT time I was there before flying home.
- Peace and Plenty
- Stocking Island
Also, a few pics for the time I was at home and Tony went back up to Cambridge.