Kawann Beach Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... is also riddled with hiking trails. They’ve even constructed a 14 segment national trail called the “Waitukbuli” that crosses the island. I’ve provided some descriptions accompanying the photographs. We took a tour with out friends Phil & Andrea from Anastasia, so you’ll see them appearing in a few photo’s. Click on the photograph itself for a larger version (instead of choosing slideshow). ...
... We did try the local drinks here though, run with sugar on the rocks with weirdly shaped glasses. If you took a glass and rotated the part that holds the fluid about 30degrees you would be close to the glass that we were using.
Upon finishing the drink we jumped aboard the dingy and set sail for Martinique. Due to reports of thefts from boats and robberies, we were skipping Dominica the island of rain forests ...
... sailing. With wave directions slightly side on to the boat crossing the spaces between the islands was rougher than a lot of the ocean crossing! But in the lea of the island it was smooth sailing to the anchorage. Arriving in the twilight hours we nosed into the anchorage as the night lights were turning on. Dusk treated us well as we dropped anchor with reasonably good visibility.
The morning presented ...
... rest of Martinique but not cheap.
27/1 We got up early and had a cracking sail wind on the beam the 37 miles over to Dominica ( pronounced domeneeeka ) – as we approached it was wall to wall mountains and rainforest – stunning. We went into Roseau bay and were met by Seacats launch who led us to a mooring a mile out of town opposite “ Drop Anchor a bar/restaurant with a dinghy dock, we booked up for a tour with him for the following day- great ...
... of the other excursions but use the ships tender to get to join up with the sports team and a few guests on Purple Turtle beach. Plan is to do some Pico dinghy sailing and Kayaking but enthu not there by the time we arrive and we walk on the beach. We watch Maltese Falcon (originally owned by Google founder now owned by Russian business woman) world's most expensive yacht come into the bay. Back on the boat we sit on the sun ...