Kings Landing Hotel
Travel Blogs from Clifton
... 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 ...
As we were all heading in different directions goodbyes were said and we left to go back to Union Island to clear customs. We spent one more night on anchor there and making a visit to Happy Is. to watch the sun go down and the kite surfers do their thing.
Happy Is. is simply a bar on a reef, and with plenty of wind and flat water all around it is the perfect place for kite surfing. We were crossing from the anchorage ...
... pool as a local attraction. These guys have already escaped once when hurricane Ivan blew through, but they looked docile enough while we were watching them.
With our daily morning Radio Net we have been keeping tabs on our cruising friends and it seemed as though the old Marmaris crowd were all heading to the Tobago Cays. Well we couldn't let them all get together without us, so in the most appalling ...
... and vegetables (great sauce!) which he had cooked at home
with his wife.
So we had this awsome scenery of the palm island beach
for the meal and felt the first time like we were doing the best thing
so far on our trip to Grenada!
We then went on to Meyreau, which has a
small village and two very nice beaches, to reach the more beatiful one
we walked up the hill, where we had a breathtaking view of the Tobago ...
... done but try to get caught up on sleep during off-watch hours. It is getting warmer the farther south we go which makes getting a good sleep challenging. Lookout excitement was spotting some dolphis and a tall rigged (means big) sailboat although I never could find out how big it was.
The island is part of the country of Grenada which is a huge island south of here. Carriacou is about 6.5 miles long by 3 miles wide. It has incredible beaches ...