Here in Red Hook, we anchor just off Vessup Beach. Racehorses swim past our boat some mornings. We wake up to hmmphhhh hmmphhhh snort snort and watch them swim circles around us. These guys are the biggest seahorses Read More
The full moon party at Aragorn’s Art Studio in Trellis Bay in the BVI was so fun. We got to the beach just before the sun set and there were lots of people there already. We met some friends from others boats, and Read More
Maho Beach is on the Dutch side of Sint Maarten. It’s famous for being right at the end of the runway of the Princess Juliana Airport. It’s a pretty white sandy beach with clear turquoise blue water. But the thing Read More
We took a taxi to the other end of the island to see Brimstone Hill Fortress. Our driver was from Nevis. He’s a fisherman when he’s not a taxi driver. Along the road, we stopped at scenic overlooks, and our driver Read More
First day after we checked in to this new country, we sampled some gelato ice cream and sorbet in Les Saintes. Bodin got a smurf blue with white chocolate flavor. And I ordered a pineapple and soursop…it so good. I Read More
“Mr. Bean” (because he says he’s an actor) helped us with a mooring ball, and he organized a tour for us to see some sites in Dominica. We went on a tour in a minivan/taxi, and Joe was our driver. Read More
We left Grenada and sailed to Union Island in the Grenadines. After grabbing a mooring ball, we walked to the airport to check into the county. When we got back to the boat, we went to Happy Island by dinghy. This Read More
We took a local bus to along the south coast of Grenada to St Andrew with friends on sv Roam and sv Sunsplash to visit Mount Carmel Falls to celebrate a 9th birthday.  Mt. Carmet is one of the six waterfalls of Read More

Market Day in St Georges

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The best time to go to the market is in the morning. All of the fish and meat come in the morning, and there are not that many people. We were looking for a yellow fin tuna for sushi. Yellow fin tuna are really good Read More