“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

Zoo de Martinique

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We hitchhiked to the Zoo de Martinique and back to St. Pierre as a family, ha! This turned out to be as much a botanical garden and historic site as it is a zoo. Plus there’s a pirate museum at the end, arrrgh. The Read More

Diving and Hiking Moonhole

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Story has it that in the late 1950s an American couple named Tom and Gladdie Johnston moved to Bequia, bought some land on the western end of the island, and began to build a Robinson Crusoe style cave house within Read More

Grenada is full of surprises

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This friendly beekeeper shared stories with us of his happy island bees buzzing around in the sunshine. Flavored by delicious selection of flowers, fruits and spices, we tried a little bag of dark mango honey and Read More
Here in Grenada, we hang with the Grenada Hash House Harriers HHH every Saturday for a super fun walk in the bush. We’d never heard of “hashing” before we got to Grenada, and boy have we been Read More

Halloween 2018 Cruiser Style

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Halloween in Grenada is certainly one to remember. These cruiser kids had a total blast in our floating neighborhood. Late in the afternoon, everyone met up on Calabash Beach to make final preparations. Faces were 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