The Towers at Mullet Bay
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... or drop your anchor. So amid reasonably high seas and quite big winds we found a mooring ball, (oh joy), and successfully tied on.
All night though, swirling and rocking as all the elements were desperately trying to make our lives a misery. Another bad night of wind and waves is all I can say. And there you were thinking that sailing was all sweetness and light, gently bobbing away in a warm gentle breeze. Well, think again! I think we were all pleased to be off the ...
... with my cup of coffee and breakfast watching the ocean sway is how I start every morning, and it fills me with peace. When the mid-day sun is at its hottest, the island is telling you to rest; go home, replenish yourself and distance yourself from work a little bit. The evenings are my favourite parts. Being so close to the equator, the sun sets early, and not long before it does the tree frogs begin their relaxing evening chorus, lulling you into a stress-free state of bliss. ...
... the most noise you hear all day is the gentle chorus emanating from church windows in the morning.
This island is a lot like the ocean. I can think of no better way to say it than that it flows. Some days are a bit more turbulent than others but at the end of the day, you can always be sure that when you wake up in the morning, everything will be just as it always was. I've become familiar with the faces in the village, from the tall, thin man who stands by ...
... There were a lot of broken pottery pieces from as early as the 17th and 18th centuries. There was some broken glass from bottles mixed in as well as some clay pipes and animal bones. We got down to the task of meticulously cleaning them with toothbrushes and a bucket of water (which, I'm finding, I really love doing). After that we had a delicious lunch made for us by Ryan's girlfriend consisting of tuna fish salad, flax crackers, homemade buns, ...
... there – four ships in a row, like bicycles in a rack, including Norwegian Cruise Lines new mega, the Epic, with a passenger capacity of 4,100. Next was a Disney ship and beside the Grandeur was the P & O Azura. Rush hour on St. Maarten’s coastal freeway.
During our rest under the shady palms we were joined by Michael and Lesley from Australia. An interesting couple we met ...