Bequia Beachfront Villas
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... a peak overlooking Clifton Bay, Mayreau with our friends Wylie and Maggie on Harmony.
- Tyler and Maya have figured out how to ride their bogey boards behind the dinghy (quite a feat since they have no grip and are designed to surf waves).
- Locals continue to provide everythng from ice, to laundry, to fish, to lobster and French baguettes. As they like to ...
... bug repellent properties and without hesitation Rod and Ian were rubbing it all over themselves. Alexander not so much. He is not into rubbing plants on himself. We also visited my mom's favorite tree in the gardens the comb and brush tree. The flowers on this tree bloom fully by noon and fall off the tree by the end. Each flower is wonderfully scented. We spent a good while walking throughout the gardens then made the hike back ...
... later numerous fishes emerged and began to feed and clean off of the Ray. Leisurely it waited for a long time as he became sparkling new. It was amazing to see in real life.
The Cays are not immune from the traveling salesman and for a modest fee you can purchase a memorable t shirt in white from the man with a boat. His excellent boat handling skills were better that the t shirts. However in good humor he moved on and approached the ...
... and then after another meal, this time an Italian buffet lunch we caught the tender to the beach.
The beach was pleasant enough, but not as nice as the beach in Barbados, being volcanic so the sand was dark, not white. We set off with our snorkel gear to go and view the underwater sights, only to discover that Ian's mask was cracked and leaked. So we took it in turns to use my mask, and since the gear on the boat had run out ...
... critically endangered since 1996. They are enormous: the adult can grow up to 1 m and weigh around 80 kg on average. They are mostly found in coral reefs around the world.
We are designing a strategy to swim with the turtles but the current is strong. I jump in the water and I swim towards the first line of buoys. John and girls come with the kayak but I think it is actually easier to swim. Just as ...