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... little island not too far away and looked at the reef and found a turtle. Paddle boarded around and lounged on the pontoons they have set up in the middle of the water. We had a nice Japanese dinner in the resort restaurant and played pool in the common area. There is lots to do here. Hiring a car was a must to avoid the call out fees of a taxi so we have a red bomb to get us into town and for more exploring of the Island we are staying on. We did some day trips out to the ...
... and is known as the "harbourmaster"
7/4 We left for “Acklin Island” but the wind came round dead against us and the seas turned lumpy so we turned round and went back to Abrahams bay. Phil was particularly upset and appears to be getting fed up with bouncing around. Especially as we both had a particularly evil form of cold (man flu) so we rested up and stayed onboard
8/4 We left at about 8 am planning an overnighter to Clarence Bay on Long Island ...
... The current owner Pete Johnston,
continues sculpting and casting…a tradition that began with his father over 50 years ago.
When going ashore with the dinghy to Pete's Pub, we did not have a pier to tie up to. It was a sandy beach right in front of the pub. So, when we first got there, we pulled the dinghy up onto the beach, and
when we got back, the tide had gone out leaving the dinghy 50' from the
water. It weighs about 300 lbs ...
The book is written from the perspective of a women who did not start out as a sailor but became one during the trip. She loves to cook. The book includes a recipe at the end of each chapter for new foods she discovers along the way. The couple befriend and interact with locals in the places they visit; immersing themselves in the culture. It is a tour of ...
... are going to fall through the floor, the men’s shower has plumbing that a 1st grader could have done better (lots of duct tape) and there is a bee’s nest in there, Time to move. Lucky for us, we stumble on the Leeward Yacht Club. We can dock there for just a little more money, and it comes with beautiful landscaping, pool, bar/restaurant, laundry, and, best of all, clean, new showers and bathrooms! Plus, we ...