Sebastian's on the Beach
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... knowledge of the best local ingredients insured that we were treated to the most amazing breakfasts each morning. My favorite breakfast dish ever is eggs benedict. This morning Elton had prepared eggs benedict to perfection. Served with hash browns, juice, toast and coffee this was a breakfast made for a king.
With our bellys full of Elton's incredible breakfast we headed down to ...
... We were told that we were entering restricted waters, we of course had clearance but were to be warned that there were undetonated explosives underwater and we should not throw anything overboard, gee thanks, great! The sunken vessel was a small speed boat, with just the bow sticking out above the water line and no identifying marks. We were asked to aid in the search of the area for any sings of life, the only of which was a large curious sea turtle. We made ...
... up they will be brought to us. Other than that minor hiccup, so far so good, but the van ride to the Moorings was more of an adventure than the puddle jumper from San Juan to Tortola! There was a lot of traffic on the very skinny two lane roads with a lot of hills and speed bumps, but I made it! Let the adventure continue. So now, ...
... British rule. The particular flag I was trying to identify had an insignia with a turtle on top of the crest. It turned out to be Grand Cayman. The yachts lined up at the marina all flew the Grand Cayman Flag. I had that figured out right away from this previous night of research.
Grand Cayman is under British rule. Back in the 1600's a British fleet sailing past Grand Cayman hit the reef and several boats started to sink. The natives ...
Up on deck later than usual but as usual first up on deck and into the bridge to find out where we are and where we are going. Onto the bowsprit for a while to watch us come into Treasure island. Girls lay in. A knot tying session with one of the crew is fun. A short kip on deck longer on aft stern deck. Peter's normal informative chat on the sun deck today is about the history of Norman Island and the surrounding area. The battles between the French ...