AQUA on Bequia
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... There's little public transportation on Sundays, but I figure I'll give it a shot. Can't find a van heading to Mesopotamia, so I take one as far as Peruvian Vale, then hike back along the quiet stretch alongside the (hopefully) soon to be completed airport... Finally, after a long wait, I finally catch a van back to my hotel. With limited dining options it being a Sunday, looks like I'll being going ...
... to America results in more than just moey from remittances... Montreal Gardens. Finally Cecille and I reach our goal: Montreal Gardens, right at the spot where the farmland ends and the jungle begins. "Do people do anything up there in the jungle?" I ask "Drugs are grown up there--so it's not recommended to go on your own" Montreal Gardens is a project of an middle aged British guy. It's a large, jungle garden estate, with all sorts of variety, and trailways zigzagging about ...
Our last full day in paradise. Bequia, our final port of call, is largest of the Grenadines. Home to 5500 souls, it has an area of 7 square miles. As it was less dependant on sugar than many of the other Caribbean islands, Bequia developed whaling and maritime transport industries in addition to tourism.
Bequia looks like none of the other islands we have visited. The harbor in Port Elizabeth is crowded with ...
... swam on by, reminding me of a favorite childhood film, Bedknobs and Broomsticks! Hundreds of living conch scattered all over the seabed,spectacular coloured shells and apparently really good eating. We have Levi Roots recipe book( thanks Colin) with a few ideas. Craig utubed how to prep and cook. I think we are going to have to try this new shell food! News of our Dutch friends, Rob and Annemieke ...
... We stay on board playing and watching a movie. There are quite a lot of sailboats around us, most of them with the French flag. Our catamaran is 47 feet and we find it the perfect size for us: this way, we do not find each other constantly. The skipper is a reserved person and he leaves us all the space we need. Also, he only eats once a day!
John is now here at the cockpit, reading about that type of toxic algae ...