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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... into their holes at the slightest movement. Hide and seek is second nature for these guys.
After enjoying the views of the bay I made my way on foot around the marina to get to Rodney Bay's beach and to visit extended extended family! It was such a long walk but yielded views of the local shopping centre and the diverse variety of food available to tourists. Clearly there are a lot in Season. Eventually I arrived at a fantastic ...
... sharp, St. Helena is more sculpted with slightly softer peaks and ridges that have been eroded away since the volcanic activity ceased. In all, it stirred a great sense of interest and adventure as more and more features of the landscape presented themselves with each passing mile closer to the bay and anchorage at Jamestown.
At first, only a few small houses could be seen sitting on a long sloping plateau that led to a sheer drop from the cliff tops to the ...
... we had an experience that I will never forget, we were in a following sea with a swell of about 4 meters, when we noticed a large dark shape about fifty meters off our stern about 3 feet under the water. Then we saw another off to our right both were keeping pace with Orca. Then the shape behind us suddenly closed the gap to four meters, that's when we knew that we were being followed by a pair of whales I was a little concerned that they were so close ...
... from place to place. If anyone has any tips or wants to ask me any questions, feel free to ask, I'd be happy to do my best to answer any you have. Maybe that's the best way to get information across? We'll see.
I leave St. Lucia on Thursday morning and have an eight day sail to San Blas, before heading to Panama. Looking forward to experiencing the overnight sailing, if not a little bit scared. Wish me luck, I'll let you know how it goes.
Take care everyone.
... our autopilot is working because helming the cat is like going from manual to power steering in a car, you can't feel the boat moving through the water and so have to drive using the instruments, which requires huge concentration, something that seems to be in short supply while at sea!
On day 8 we wake up to very heavy torrential rain, which is literally coming from sideways, and above getting into the oilies from every possible angle, the boys are drenched ...