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Travel Blogs from Deshaies
... to get ready for supper and found that the sun had continued it's work on my belly. Sure I didn't put SPF on my legs because they're tough to tan but forgot about my tender underbelly. Glow Bug!!! And of course because I was holding a book, I have a roll line across it.
Meals are great. Had a chocolate soufflé this time but otherwise I've been sticking to a Bailey's, banana creme brûlée for dessert ...
... island to date – If you ever get a chance to go there don’t hesitate just GO! Anyway on with the story we had a quite pleasant sail over to Les Saintes, a little island group that is part of the Guadeloupe archipelago. They are a very sweet group of about 6 islands – very Brittany – we had been told by many people don’t miss Les Saintes, but after a trip up the high street, all tourists and boutiques I wonder why?? We found a supermarket and in ...
... I attend the Peter's talk on the first circumnavigation of the world by Ferdinand Magellan, again fascinating. The girls don't make it to the talk and i find then planted at the tropical bar chatting with an American Mike. We eat alone and a bit later than usual. salad, pumpkin soup, sorbet stuffed veal. Not great this evening. A bottle of house red is good though. Tonight's crew entertainment is a talent contest. Great fun as we watch from one of the upper ...
... day, as were we, as the winds now seemed favourable to be able to head north east, and not have to head into the wind. We were going to take the opportunity and head for Nelson Harbour in Antigua and Liam and Annie we understand were going to be heading to Nonsuch Bay - yes that is a strange name, however that's where they were headed to join up with some other friends.
We had left Deshais about an hour or so before Liam ...
... Leeward Islands came into view, Saba. The beginning of a chain of all volcanic islands, Saba is a steep volcano that shoots out of the ocean and somehow supports a dutch colony on its steep slopes. It totally looked worth exploring but without any safe anchorages, we take it in from the water and sail on by.
Next up, is another Dutch island, St Eustasus. As we're cruising on by the south coast of St Eustasus, a ...
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