Tranquility Hill Fishing Lodge
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... back in 1793 and 1794 by slaves in honor of their leader, Queen Victoria. The 65 steps represent the years that it took for Queen Victoria to abolish Slavery. Today we are going to climb up the stairs and learn lots about the stairs. As we got out of the cab at the Staircase it looked like on of the coolest staircases I have ever seen. Everything about it was so unique and looked very fun to climb. First we met up with our tour guide who was very cool and interesting when telling us ...
... out and proceeded to drag it back to the water. The headland is made of old compressed coral which becomes jagged and sharp after a few millennia. The dinghy "desperation" had collected a few character marks from being bounced over the rocks all night so a few more wouldn't hurt it. Besides, there was no other way to shift it. The outboard fired right up and we set off for a wet ride back to inspiration. Both the parks guys told us we were about a ...
... while Liza headed back and made us some lunch.
Nothing much wrong with them. Air leaks in the lines and fact they were low on fuel meant there was a lot of rubbish in the lines. So when we fixed the air leaks the electric pump died. They had an old spare so we installed that and the generators fired right up. Busy day.
We got finished in time for the 4 o'clock beers on the beach.
They were almost as big as the Iguanas in the Galapagos. Ugly as a hat full of bums in spite of their colors it strikes me as nature cruel joke on them.
The dinghy ride of From Shroud Cay was long and a bit choppy but the mighty Tanaka performed faultlessly. The beach we stopped at was a stunning bay with protection from ...
... bullet proof and sounds bloody dreadful.
The Inspiration dinghy "desperation". has a current generation 9.9hp four stroke you can barely hear.
The mangroves system was so peaceful. The water barely had a ripple. The only sound was the few birds and the racket made by Tanaka. So pretty quickly the Simunye's threw us a rope and Tony towed them along with his motor purring away quietly.
The beach on the other side was worth the ...