Domaine de l'Anse Ramier
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... base of the pitons, where we could then complete the walk. Reassured that this was officially ok we accepted and arranged a time.
On Friday morning Gregory turned up in the hope that we were ready to go. He had been out priced though and certainly was not the best deal in town, it was even cheaper to do the official route. So unfortunately we turnednhim away and instead got two young teenagers added to our crew. We sailed round to ...
... bar midway along the beach, or is it from the catamaran 150 meters away, so hard to tell as the sound drifts across the aqua blue water.
We had decided to move first from the fairly pricey marina to the less expensive mooring buoys in the lagoon, but though they were less, we needed to be careful with our funds so moved to the bay after three days, where the cost was zero.
Another reason for moving out into the ...
Weather changing so no movement today so we head off fir a walk to Anse D'Arlet around the headland and decide to go cross country over the cape on the way back. Obviously wearing our best hiking shoes thus was a good decision, especially when we could not find the path down the other side and end up trekking through jungle! Winds came in over night and we very happy to be on a ...
... to the days of living in NZ! It's 30 degrees C, and beautifully sunny! We have eggs for breakfast, and in the absence of suitable ingredients for marinade for the BBQ, we lace the pork and chicken with a large amount of rum and a little honey ....the meat was cooked to perfection and we had a lovely salad, and baked goats cheese to accompany it - simple but ...
... of bed wondering if we were about to keel over or pitch pole (flip over forwards) and would be mentally going over the location of the escape hatch, emergency equipment, and life raft...
A few days in we get an update from our friend Steve skipper of the challenger boat, they left to chase the storm, and the crew and boat got pretty battered, so they had to heave to, meaning float for a bit, so that everyone could get some rest. Apparently all crew were in ...