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... the previous night. Mrs P was given a free ticket for the main stage event in Pigeon Island and gave it to me. The tickets are worth $80 USD so it was so kind of her to give it to me. I was told not to there too early but unfortunately it wasn't great advice because it meant that I missed a lot of the acts. The island had been made into a festival-type event with loads of stalls with food, drinks and things to buy. ...
During another stay in Grenada we contemplated our next strategies, with our first hurricane season tucked safely under the belt, without incidence. A strange feeling envelopes the sailing community and suddenly it all becomes a hive of activity again; friends are posting their plans and move off in different directions once again, some the same way but at different times and with different agendas, all with the hope of meeting up elsewhere in the ...
... a short tour were more than extortionate. 200EC per person to climb. He was not even an official tour guide we were pretty sure. With this option on the table we landed at the dingy dock. More boat boys, we will look after your boat for you sir 5EC. Round to the tourist shop as the doors are shutting we found out the official prices. More like 35us each for a guide plus the cost of a taxi round. Still steep. Whilst walking around the town we ...
... out to be a monumental hike, the sort of leg work out that is hard to replicate anywhere I’ve ever been (and a daunting challenge for legs that had just spent the last twelve days at sea!). Initially, the walk up is easy-going, but after about a hundred steps the muscles start to ache and by two hundred the novelty has just about worn off. It paid off to stop and turn around to witness the view and take photographs every so often, because the higher you get, ...
... 560 and our arch rivals in the race, has stepped in and allocated us all a number, so we have an order in which to exit. The plan works and with much calm manouvering we all make it out to the start line in time to the sound of Brass Bands, and there is much shouting and hooting as we say a final goodbye to the crews of the other boats and new friends wishing them good wind and fair seas!
The build up to the start line is super exciting, with all the ...