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... wades through rafts of the stuff. Not good if it gets caught round the prop. We have also heard from John Alacantra earlier in the month. He is the broker that sold us Baraonda in Gibraltar. A little piece of fame as he has started a blog on us and our adventures on his Boatshed web. The first instalment has been published and hoping it will also appear in two yachting magazines. The link is http://gibraltar.boatshed.com/what-the- ...
... expectation of some possible swells during the crossing which has Len somewhat excited. Perhaps some sea sickness is the weight loss program i need right now!!
Anyway, its Barbados tomorrow and a full day of fun, exploring and more shopping to think about as we bed down for the night to the gentle rolling of the sea which has already put Len to sleep and snoring in sync with the rolling of the ship! He's been such a help with the blog!! NOT.
... and lime. The texture was a bit like monkfish or lobster but not so tender. We are happy to have tried it and we wonder how long it will be until this animal becomes endangered because they eat them here all the time.
At the beach restaurant they play Christmas music with a Caribbean rhythm. Later, they start with dance music, quite loud, that lasts until midnight. Its a full moon party and they seem to have lots of ...
... but it all proved too much for Tabitha and Gemma – the sea was rough and Captain Harris a speedy kind of pirate, so we were soon on the high seas bumping along at the rate of knots and both girls screaming their heads off – they were terrified!!! After a lot of shouting and some rather ‘after the horse has bolted’ questioning about life vests, we persuaded Johnny Depp to slow down and we moved the screamers to the back of the boat. By this ...
... very expensive. Buying meat is restricted to frozen goods and mainly chicken and pork. We are eating less and less meat and trying not to dream about a nice juicy steak or a bit of roast lamb. A lot of the cheese and butter are imported with the New Zealand Anchor brand, so we are getting a little taste of home.
The Yacht Club resort near the anchorage was an interesting place to tie the dinghy up as they had ...