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... ladies out there reading this... beware of your surroundings. Just look at the husbands all taking photos from the back, totally oblivious to us sitting not too far away out in front in the bay. Hope you like the pic.
And now off to Virgin Gorda. We sailed Xiphos, the name of the mono-hull yacht to the
nearby island called Virgin Gorda which took about three hours. Please click the picture of us sailing. It was wonderful to be back ...
... boat for one more drink and seeing as we have nowhere else to be and we are having a good time we say “sure”! We didn’t get to spend much time with Patrick because he was kind enough to take the kids earlier to put them to bed. They are a nice group! We stay for a little while and then say good night and make plans to meet for happy hour tomorrow night after our snorkeling tour. Good night!! Blog you ...
... on the beach on the upper level. The blue lights, waterfall, and billowy sheers around all the window openings created a great experience. We had excellent service, finally, and even better food. We started out with a pitcher of mojitos that John and I shared. And no tattoos or piercing this time! (See Cozumel trip if I had blogged it!) The restaurant had a couple of cool services. The first was white table cloth dinners on ...
... amp; decided we could just get up really early the next morning and go to the beach before we had to catch our plane if needed. But then the tour started...for a round the island tour & shopping tour the tour guide sure droned on about their local elections a lot, obviously a very important & relevant topic to him & his life but for the tourists on the bus it wasn't what the tour was meant to be about!
At one point one of the other ...
... t using our mainsail, we were alert that some skippers may not identify us as being on starboard tack. When boats are on the same tack, the boat furthest upwind has to yield right-of-way – which would have been us if we encountered a starboard tacker coming upwind.
Approaching West End, we saw a Sunsail charter monohull sailing upwind on port tack on an intercept course. We both independently spotted him and concluded we better ...