Tamarind Beach Hotel & Yacht Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... just in time to catch the tender back to the ship and didn't have to sit too long before we started off as it can get pretty hot inside when waiting for it to fill up.
For a change, tonights's entertainment is a magician so I think we might give it a go as we haven't been to see the singers since the beginning of the trip. But I might have to make an effort as Duncan (the tenor) is on the trivia team I have just joined (we won today) and as he comes from Portsmouth ...
... or move your feet unless you know exactly where you're putting them next. Living on a sailboat is a lesson in conservation.. From water use, using bathrooms, to cooking. Picture using the bathroom under the conditions above, and by the way, no toilet paper allowed in the toilets. I'll leave that to your imagination for now.. I have the 6 to 9 watch tonight then 6 hours of sleep before my 3:00 am to 6:00 am ...
... rocks: Jack of Dan, Kick 'Em Jenny, Diamond Island, London Bridge Rock,natural arch. Interestedly enough we also pass close to a restricted area where a submerged active volcano lies and the depth goes from 2900 ft to 600!! This is also called Kick 'Em Jenny Volcano. Great names again. We cast the lures out in the hope of catching fish... we catch our next Christmas decs!! Holly leaf shaped seaweed with mistletoe thrown in as tough as old ...
... 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. ...
... with her cross stitching: She is making a surprise gift for her cousin Edith, but keep the secret. We also have time to do homework. We are all glad not to have to pack and unpack these days. This is a bit like when we were in the motorhome but now, on the sea.
We leave the calm waters and sail towards Union Island where we have to check out again. We are going back to Grenada. There are some very big waves ...