We were consuming water at the rate of 1/4 tank per day, which meant that day 4 had to include a water top-up, or we would all go dirty. 506 more words
Owen left us early-ish to attend to other duties for Sail Grenadines, meaning we were now on our own for the rest of the holiday. This would be a fairly big day, as I wanted us to get towards furthest destination, Tobago Cays, so that the rest of the holiday would be a relaxed drift back towards Bequia. 778 more words
Nigel and I sat drinking orange juice and reading on the terrace at Paradise Beach, looking for our holiday Cat to come into view. Sun was bright but we were happy in the shade of the hotel, in amongst the holiday makers. 591 more words
Carol Bareuther (All at Sea) has made me start daydreaming about snorkeling in these wonderful locales. Although I would have liked to have seen some of the pretty exciting places in the Spanish-speaking Caribbean, these ten are enough to get us packing our fins and masks: Antigua; Barbados; Curaçao; Dominica; Jamaica; Mayreau and Tobago Cays, St. 922 more words
Have you heard of Blue Monday?
According to Wikipedia, Blue Monday is a name given to a day in January (typically the third Monday) claimed to be the most depressing day of the year in the northern hemisphere. 707 more words