The Towers at Mullet Bay
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It was too rough to grab the designated customs mooring ball. The few fishing boats that were there were heaving up and down on their moorings, while cascading rollers smashed into the cliffs. There were no other cruising boats in sight. To visit Saba requires perfect conditions. We concluded that it was too dangerous and that we would have to move on, skipping ...
... Yes! Its true! A real customs house making sure that all goods arriving had their official duty paid before continuing. Well, can you imagine the consternation there must have been when the duty officer saw this! I bet there was nothing his manual about a grand piano! And once this fiasco of what tax to pay was sorted out, motivating the sweaty men to carry it up the next four hundred and fifty tortuous and winding steps. Well, legend has it that it really
happened! I can ...
... 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 ...
... juice and some hummus. After we finished up our grub, we headed out to one of the dig sites.
It was a hike, to say the least. We had to dive into the depths of the jungle to visit all the spots we'd be excavating and I've never felt more like a primate in my life. I had my Vibram Fivefinger shoes on so being able to navigate the ground really efficiently in though combined with swinging from trees and vines, I was starting to feel like if a group ...
On my lunch break, I went around the corner to the boulangerie and wanted to try something other than a baguette sandwich, so I got a little vegetable quiche and I couldn't resist something sweet, so I tried a brioche. Both were amazing. I enjoyed them with grapes and an Orangina from the corner store. I thought twice about the Orangina because I gave up soda last year for Lent and hadn’t had any since, but that special St. ...