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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 ...
... and securing the dingy to it was a challenge, as was climbing out. Walking through the town was surreal, with music playing at a volume anyone on this small island would be able to hear. There were small street food vendors and several places to get a drink. As the main boat regatta had departed earlier in the day the majority of people were crowded at the sides of a small stretch of the main street. Bobbing away it certainly looked like ...
... for the craft. Anyway eventually they got it fixed, a pity really as I would have preferred a Zodiac ride!
The rest of the afternoon was spent snorkelling which was much better than on Union Island as we got to swim with turtles. There were also sea urchins, various reef fish, puffer fish and some bird life on the beach. The beach was very busy as there were a ...
It is a very special and fun to be in the middle of the sea on such a small piece of land. We take many picture, let the girls dance and run around the island. When we take the dinghy back to the boat, John flips over and falls into the sea. It makes us all laugh!
More waves, more ...
... Yes, the real locals do eat iguana on some of the islands, in chunks, skin on, in a kind of consommé!! I couldn’t do it if it was a matter of life and death!
We visited 3 of the uninhabited Cays, and my favourite was Petit Tabac, a real desert island featured in Pirates of the Caribbean films. Rumour has it that the wreckage on the beach here is part of a Russian space ship which never made it, discovered by none other than our lovely pirate Harris and as ...