Spring House Bequia
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of Uruguay, Brazil, Suriname, Guyana and through the Caribbean and on to Cuba. After Cuba they crossed the Atlantic again back to the Canary Islands only to start the next Atlantic Rally for Cruisers in 2013. Not content with one Atlantic crossing, Drina did the Atlantic circle again, joining the 2013 Atlantic Odyssey to Martinique. She is now in Porto Rico and will sail on to Dominican Republic next and then the east coast of the US up to St Johns in Newfoundland again to ...
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 ...
... day. On Sunday we made a visit to the local turtle sanctuary. I can't remember the last time I saw a turtle. Maybe it was at Chester zoo years ago. Whenever it was, I was surprised by how majestic and relaxed the turtles swam around. They were in a world of their own and it felt like a privilege to observe them and have a feel of their defensive shells. Unfortunately, the rest of the week hasn't been as exciting. I'm still enjoying hospital ...
... them, he is an energy man – his whole house runs on 17 solarpanels and a wind generator via batteries and inverter, after fixing them and wiring up suddenly we were getting 10 or 12 Amps coming in – glorious- then he stripped down and repaired the davits, - Port Elizabeth is a beautiful lively little town of 4,000 people and about 250 yachts in a stunning setting, we found our favourite bars and restaurants and supermarket
and settled down for ...
... well. The national drink is rum, usually with coke - not my drink really and by way of proof, after sitting on the rail for Rapajam, a Barbadian boat in the Bequia Round the Island race yesterday, I joined the others in a large rum and coke – at 3pm I lay down for 10 minutes to read my book and 2 hours later had to be woken from a coma like state of sleep..... to go out to the next party!
Last Tuesday I sailed to Mustique on the Friendship ...