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... they were set to leave. A small computer terminal in the corner of the boat supplies shop was all that seemed to exist to customs control and immigration here. It was a breath of fresh air compared to some of the other islands sign in procedures. There were many modern shops here including supermarkets like carfour. The centre of town held the traditional market and lots of spices, fruits, special sauce blends and of course a vibrant amount of colour. ...
... Caribbean getaway you read about in magazines, but if you know me well then it shouldn’t be all that surprising.
The first weekend of the trip was actually more typical. I rented a car and Matt reserved a place to stay on AirBNB for the weekend in Domaine de Belfond on the southeast corner of the island, which turned out to be a delightful lofted apartment with a kitchen on the balcony so you could make and eat breakfast outside in the morning breeze. Matt cooked ...
... who we had met in Lanzarote. Needless to say a few tales swopped! He too had his steering pin snap mid Atlantic. Then the 102 miles to Martinique, bypassing Dominica as we didn't fancy being hassled by the boat boys who reputedly come out with a welcoming committee to " help" you tie off, anchor etc.and want money of course. A great sail, 9 knots on an East wind reach till we passed Dominica and getting dark.Our speed then increased to 11 knots, the swell from 4 m to 6 ...
Ness - We made it to Martinique and as Martyn will tell you (again and again) that it is very different from the other islands as it has very French feel to it. Of course he is right (grrrr) as it is like a little French island off the south of France. The food was awesome and you could get a decent bottle of red and fresh bread! mmm Quite different from the typical Caribbean feel of the previous islands.
We decided it would be a good idea ...
... day sail, ending up in Grand Anse D'arlet with water so crystal clear water that we could see the bottom at over 50 feet. Unfortunately, it was rolly and we were ready to leave the next morning. We had another quick hop to our next destination, but shortly after taking off, Chris discovered a problem with one of our two alternators (one per engine). Since electricity is neither Chris' nor my forte, and neither is French, ...
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