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Making our way up towards Hope Town, we anchored at Tilloo Cay for two nights. From here we dinghied over to Tahiti Beach, but then sailed past Tahiti Beach when we took Inspiration up to Hope Town. There are boats and people here!!! LOTS of boats!!! Mainly locals and day rentals. This is like 'cottage country' so most ...
This entry is going to be a little different, we are on the cruise for 14 days, so this entry will be a conglomerate of entries and pictures for the cruise over to Europe.
March 30, 2014 Day 2
The weather is beautiful again. We had a storm last night with lightning and thunder. We had gone for a walk down to the beach and saw the lightning to the north over the sea. It looked wicked. We made it back just before the ...
... we anchored off the town with another 20 yachts around, we went ashore for a walk and there were banks, shops, bars, and yes people – wow civilization, we even found a bar with the “Masters” on and good Wifi and adopted it as our own and then went to a proper supermarket and reprovisioned.
13/4 We got up late and spent an hour each scrubbing SB’s hulls, in the beautiful clear water, there didn’t appear to be so much fouling and then went ...
... motor! After that, we learned that the best way to do it was just before reaching the sandy beach, kick up the motor and jump out of the dinghy, wading to shore. Better to get our feet wet.
When we realized it was time to leave Little Harbour, we made it a point to do so at high tide. Then traveled north and anchored out for the night. It was near the ocean outlet, at Sandy Cay. 4-6 rollers all night long. We were thankful we had a catamaran, because if ...
... more fluid, less rigid. Our days unfold, they don't just bing-bang, do-this, do-that happen. I'm content to do nothing for stretches. I can just lay on the settee with my legs stretched out in front of me, watching the sky through the hatch. I can stare at the water for hours, utterly content. Me. Unbelievable. How will I cope in the real world? To which Steve responds, “This is the real ...