The Old Fort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
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... the Mustique Company. It has 90 private villas, many rented out. One hotel, The cotton House owned by the MC and one privately owned called Firefly. The island tour had to be done!
My impression was it is very well kept, cultivated, private and with opulence in abundance. The few cottage shops are quaint and to me like candy shops from chitty chitty bang bang! Toot sweets ....
The handful of ...
... the mast to make repairs at the top. In this case Max and I both wanted to enjoy the thrill of potentially falling out of the chair high in the air. On the toss of a coin Max was the lucky chosen volunteer for the task. I cant say i wasn't disappointed, it looked like great fun!
The Cays had been a lot of fun but with the repairs complete it was one day closer to the end of my voyage and we moved inexorably onwards towards Grenada via Union ...
... 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 go back to the boat and sail till we find a protected area. We find it at the island of Mayreau, on Salt Whistle Bay. Joseph, a guy from the island, comes to see if we need something, and we ask for bread. When he brings it, he sits with us for a little while and explains that this island has 250 people and it belongs to an 80-year-old lady who lives in the house at the top of the mountain. Her mother ...
... university and number thirteen in total! Suddenly, there are plenty of British students scattered around Milton Cato. Hopefully going to climb the Volcano on Saturday and see Murray win Wimbledon on Sunday. I'm grateful for ESPN, although the commentary is nowhere near as good as the BBC coverage! That's all for now, looking forward to Gav cooking tuna tonight. Trying to surpass the shark pie I cooked last night will not be ...