The Flamboyant Hotel & Villas
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... to engage in a collision course! Scary in the dark and we were passing the coast of Venezuela!! A few days in Grenada and the sea is blue and back in the water swimming and snorkelling! Prickly Bay not changed, just the names of the Yachts. We sail round to St George and go to the market. Later meet up with our friends, Wendy and Ian, at Coconuts on coconut beach, Grande Anse A beautiful idyllic spot. They are great fun and ...
... numbers. As a result we are meeting them for tea this afternoon. Tea is one of my favorite things to do on the cruise but I very rarely make time for it. So, win-win - tea and scones with Bill and Stella. Tea was just lovely, they regaled us with tales of the cruise they took last year - a 107 day around the world cruise! Bill also gave us advice about maintaining a happy marriage and telling the kids/grand kids that they needn't worry about how much they would get when we ...
... up and JUUUUUUMPP!!!The outside world flew up above me. I sunk deeper, deeper and deeper. The water got heavier on me, the light got scantier, I was hallucinating surely. The walls I had up around me, were slowly closing in on me. Reefs, fish, darkness, then I touched the bottom of the Caribbean. Boom.I looked up, I was a long way away from the top, a good 20-30 feet. To some, this may not be much. To me, it was life and death. I had no oxygen on me. I am an ok ...
... s, Grenada. It takes a fair bit of skill to parallel park one of these ships, hats off to them.
Grenada was instantly more visually appealing than Aruba and Curacao. The interior of the island looks quite mountainous and covered in ...
... went round, getting other people to join in, and it was all good fun - just what the booze cruise is about :-)
We managed another rum punch each and soon the Rhum Runner II was dropping anchor at a gorgeous secluded beach. They dropped the gang plank and we went ashore, placed our towels and flip-flops on the sand and put on some sun lotion. The water was turquoise and the sand was white and powder soft; it was bliss.