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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 ...
... in the water, I see three huge turtles eating on the bottom of the sea. The visibility is not very good though. After resting for a bit at the buoys, we go back on board to change the strategy. We move the Cat closer to the Baradol Island so we can swim to the shore. Now, we swim altogether but the sea is quite agitated. I go with Ariana and John swims next to Elena. It is not dangerous because the skipper is ...
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 ...
... mingled with locals, expats who came here and never went home, Americans on holiday and a minister with a penchant for rum. Blackberry (named after a mobile rather than a fruit!!) had its maiden voyage in the fishing boat race yesterday and we watched her start from Lower Bay beach with great excitement.
Now looking forward to a trip down to Mayreau and Tobago Cays for snorkelling and relaxing on the beach (again!) next week. More soon - hope you enjoy the ...
... pleasant and tried to made us feel as comfortable as possible.
started of to Palm Island, which is a private resort island but we were
able to swim to the beautiful beach and walk around for a little
bit...it felt like a little piece of paradise!
Brian offered us a
shower form his solar shower afterwards, which was very aggreable to
rinse off all the salt before he prepared us some very good lunch, rice