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We checked into St. Vincent & The Grenadines at Union Island. A little orientation:
The northern islands of the main Caribbean chain are known as the Leewards. The southern half, beginning at Dominca is known as the Windwards. The Grenadines, like most of the Windwards, are special ...
... try and learn. There was also a bit of competition going on, with regard to who could get the most high fives. I think it's fair to say I came out on top, although I'm sure one or two people might disagree... Last weekend, we planned a trip that we'd been looking forward to for a long time. As soon as we stepped onto the ward at Milton Cato, the first question from the doctor was not "hi, what's your name?" Nor was it, "can you tell me about this patient?" It was ...
The journey from Bequia to Mayreau by cargo ferry was painfully slow and became even more painful when we saw the 'fast ferry' which ‘never runs on Tuesdays’ go flying past!!! On the plus side, it did mean we got to share the journey with all manner of building materials, boats, food, beer and sundry items which are literally piled on board at the docks by anyone who cares to, often with labels along the lines of ‘Dennis Hideaway, Mayreau’ or ...
As we were all heading in different directions goodbyes were said and we left to go back to Union Island to clear customs. We spent one more night on anchor there and making a visit to Happy Is. to watch the sun go down and the kite surfers do their thing.
Happy Is. is simply a bar on a reef, and with plenty of wind and flat water all around it is the perfect place for kite surfing. We were crossing from the anchorage ...
... experience of the sailing!
as a conclusion we would definitely say it was in far advance the best
thing we have done on Grenada, and we had spent 8 weeks before on the
Brian is the nicest guy you could think of and he is such a
good sailor (he`s been sailing since he was a kid) that you feel safe
all the time, even with a little bit of rougher sea.