Green Turtle Club & Marina
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Fun place and great band
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I'm up early and enjoying the sunrise it is just perfect as I sit here I hear the roosters waking up on the Cay close by, the waves are crashing on the other side of this tiny Island. There are a few fish jumping and the water is dead calm it is the perfect morning experience a real ahhhh moment.
We will try for a dive today which I'm sure …
... hamlet but all closed due to it being Sunday but a few little boutiques spotted by Sal and Cath worth a visit on Monday. Due to tides we had to time our entry into Lubbers cay for the full moon party as a very shallow approach so had a lazy day and decided to head off on Tuesday Morning. A well worth return visit as we found the ice cream parlour ...
... then cook. This has made things easier. I am spending more time outdoors, with the family and I am less stressed about keeping the boat in spick-span condition, it's impossible and they seem fine with it. It's more like a holiday home, just general up-keep and cleaning.
Quite a few things have happened this week that have made me question people's integrity but so you learn...
We're moving to Harbour ...
... driving wind and rain, not knowing the status of the anchor. It was still out in front of the boat and perhaps providing some bit of hold. Fortunately no other boats were dragging down upwind of his position.
Looking back at the large motor yacht behind him, he could see a woman inside through the window watching him as she sipped from a champagne flute – apparently oblivious to the potential of crunching fiberglass. After ...
... She politely refused. His finale was under a 12 inch bar that was on fire (see photo).
So much fun. We have a quiet time in the morning with a Bible study and prayer time. Then small maintenance projects, every day. Keeping up with the maintenance is very important. Cruisers we meet are planning to bump into us at different harbors. Some have lived on their boats for decades. A very different life.
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