Shonlan Airport Hotel
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We're at the airport right now as we're heading back to Miami for a few days before we go to South America :S
Anyways, yesterday we went to Bathsheba Beach on the east coast of the Island where the landscape is vastly different from the Caribbean Sea coast. We went by bus and if I was ever uneasy whilst on the public buses before, they were like riding pedal cars compared to this ride. The driver was going at least 70km/h all the time really bad, curly and super narrow roads (thank ...
... A very entertaining pastime is to go "Mudlarking" on the banks of the Thames when the tide is out.
You've got to keep a weather eye on the quickly rising tide and check out tide time tables before hitting the beach. Just so you know, in olden times, prisoners where tied to the wharves at just the right height to eventually drown when the tide rose above just above their noses. Gulp!
Without a license, ...
... way round and missed a lot of it. These early mornings are getting to me!
I managed to find a piece of tat at the cruise terminal, a lucky elephant with Barbados on it. I'm almost certain they've not native to the island, so what's that all about ...
... Good times!
Today so far has been a lovely breakfast and getting set to sail again. It'll be a long sail though, about 4 hours and 25 miles. We have a provisioning stop and then park the boats in the Tobago Cays for 2 to 4 days, or til were bored. Its a gorgeous area, part of a national park with a turtle sanctuary and lots to see. Add in us and some booze and its a win! Til next time!
... and the waves are much bigger here. As a result, this area is much less developed than the leeward side but holds a big attraction for surfers. There is a park next to the beach (which today was full of school kids) and some large stacks of coral rock thrusting from the water near the tide line. There was a little wooden Bajan House across the road from the beach with a sign offering local crafts. I chatted to the owner, an American guy. Just before I left to return to the ...