- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... As we got in Anna's dinghy to go back to our respective yachts the outboard packed up, of course in front of a waterside restaurant full of spectators, and a rowing session ensued! as Anna had a bad shoulder it fell to me to row against the tide and current, the mile or so across the bay! this was followed by a much needed swim. Only a cycle ride to go and nearly my own pentathlon.....We had a great Tapas evening with Rob and Anna and will ...
... by many people, the shore front certainly showed a lot of deprecation. There were mostly fantastic looking wooden building, which were also falling apart, or at the very least flaking. This gave a very unusual and slightly aggressive feel to the town. One of the tour guides pulled up next to us about 20 minutes later with his taxi driver friend. We certainly had options.
The town and building seemed to change as we got ...
... so often before. It is like nowhere I have been, it could have been on the moon. The barren, rocky and desolate landscape is peppered with occasional houses, satellite dishes and traversed by one main road. The beach is spotless and the water is the usual crystal clear blue. The only negative, and reason to not go swimming, were the masses of trigger fish that lurked in the bay and pounced on anything that entered the water. There was, however, one major attraction of ...
... 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 ...