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... and chartered yachts.
The water is so clear and the surrounding scenery just lovely - we took a walk along a narrow path built along the harbour passing shops, restaurants and private houses on the way. There was a very welcome breeze coming off the sea, making it a very comfortable for us visitors.
Had a rest on the small beach, drinking in the views - the clear water, many, many yachts anchored in the bay - the owners of which were busy buying supplies and ...
... Onto Chatham Bay for us. A large cove and long beach which I explored with fins and snorkel. The whole area teamed and carpeted with millions of shoals of fish! Never have I seen so many, scooting around and scurrying like rats in and out of the rocks whist the birds dive bomb over my head for their catch. So many more colourful species of fish, worms, eels all sculking on the seabed under rocks and in the nooks and crannies. ...
... St Vincent and her father from Canada.
We swim to the beach and we all agree that this is the typical Caribbean beach, with the palm trees and the water with so many shades of blue that is hard to describe. Finally, this seems to be “the” place that has no wind. We play in the sand, we swim and the locals invite John to join them for a drink at the “Last bar before the jungle”, but he does not ...
... night everyone got sloppy drunk without whining about being tired. It was awesome! Spent a couple hours just jumping off the back of the boat into the warm water. Tried to get the twins to skinny dip, but they weren't buying it yet. 9 more days to try! :) Then it became drunken conversations on the nets and being goofy til like 2 or 3am. I just remember Erik got so toasted he fell asleep in the midst of ...
... coils, bug spray, hydrogen peroxide, hydrocortosone cream and prescription anti inflammatories.
We waved good bye to the girls on 31st December, and were glad to have spent our last 10 days of 2011 with them. David and I made it the to Frangipani party as the clock struck 12, enjoyed some drinks and fireworks, then joined everyone on the island at Lower Bay Beach for some SoCa (south Caribbean music) and watched the sun come up on 2012.
Happy New Year, everyone!
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