Anegada Reef Hotel
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... bakery for some delicious looking cookies (couldn't resist).
We took up our mooring and proceeded South to come around Tortola and to Peter Island. Unsure of the passage through the Thatch Island cut, we decided to go around Thatch Island, which was a bad idea in retrospect, since once we rounded the island we were in The Narrows and heading directly into a very strong wind of about 20 knots and quite a bit of chop. Unable to sail or even beat upwind we started ...
... done that. Snorkeling at Devils Bay was nothing to travel blog about ..... uuuuuh ...... The seas were rough and I really didn't feel like getting bashed against the rocks so I literally only stayed in for about 10 minutes.
The hike back up to the parking area was long and hot. I stopped half way up to put my sandals on and The Boatingtons kept me staggering. It's amazing being on a pitching boat for a couple days, ...
... like this is prepared. People buying beer and rum and do a hurricane party, yay! The next weekend I went out with some coworkers and their friends which was really fun. Finally some local vibe at a party! It's not too different but still you can see some other funny stuff. After that night I swore I will not drink the next day to survive the Virgin's Cup. So I got up early to go sailing again! With a hangover on a boat, beautiful. It was better than ...
Once everything got done at Saba Rock we sailed to Anegada. We sailed most of the way and it only took an hour and a half -- we anticipated it would take 4 hours, but the 20 mph winds helped.
Once we got moored in Anegada, we had lunch and then set off to Loblolly ...
... we have both got into such a chilled routine that its a struggle to shower now! We were due to sail back to Antigua last week but unfortunately a big northerly swell came in and wow big waves or what!!! We had to go into virgin Gorda and the waves crashing across the entrance to the marina were so big people were surfing them. It was a bit nerve wracking getting through but we did it. Well Tim did... It was a bit like going through a ...