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... to start a large scale development only to halt after permanently altering the face of the island. The settlements are few and far so cruisers tend only to come here if they are in need of rest from easterly winds.
We navigated through Abrahams's Bay which is littered with coral and rocks. It is important to get a clear day with the sun overhead to reveal rock heads from the shallow depths of the bank/shoal. In our navigation books it is suggested ...
... me I have to be jumping before we do anything else, but really, jumping is not my goal in kiting.
We walked until it got dark and by then we were hungry. We had a decent dinner at Bella Luna Pizzeria and headed back home for coffee with condensed milk and cookies. We discovered that the WiFi is better near the pool so we hung out by the pool getting connected.
Yes, the search for WiFi has been a constant pain.
I had made dinner reservations for Lemon, a Mediterranean restaurant. Out glow worm tour didn't get us back by our 7:30 slot but we called to see if we could come over at little later. We headed to the car a hair after 8 and darn thing wouldn't start. ...
... control and radar coverage all the way to BTLER where I was handed to Providenciales (Provo for short) Approach for my descent into MBPV. There were a few gaps in comms but I got picked up again at Mayaguana Island. I really don’t know the extent of Miami's radar coverage.
There were 20 kts winds on the surface at MBPV, fortunately blowing right down the runway so landing was no problem. I started to turn off the runway at the ...
... ready for a wander of his own. In my earlier walk, I figured out that the walk to the island's main road, the Leeward Highway, was quite a ways, so the first vehicle that passed us, we tossed out a thumb. Luckily, hitchhiking is pretty commonplace here - we hopped in the back of the nice gentleman's pickup and he took us in to town and directed us toward breakfast..."Denny's is just down the road." Not exactly what we had in mind, but we kept our eyes peeled and decided we'd see ...