|Our Green grocery truck|
As usual the wind is on our nose, so sailing is out unless we want to make it 12 hr affair by tacking back and forth.
We took rudi and gabi on the hike to Annanberg Sugar Mill. this old plantation has plenty of history and surprising the ruins are in pretty good shape. Enough that you get a clear idea of how it used to be in the days of slavery. They lived in terrible conditions and worked hundreds of acres on a hillside.
The evenings are made for fun and our guests are unrivaled party animals.
North Sound is next on the agenda and of course we must hit the Micheal bean happy hour and then the Jumbies the next night.
|Micheal's Pirate show|
The view from the top of the island looking down on North Sound and all the yachts is truly one of a kind.
We're lucky to be hanging out in such a safe area, the crime here in the British Virgins is extremely minimal. if fact they must never have any more than 1 lock up at time, judging by the size of their facilities.
still checking out the island and a stop at Savannah Bay is like walking onto the set of Blue lagoon. Doesn't this beach just make you feel like you're marooned alone.
The baths is next on our list and this wonder of the world never fails to awe even the most seasoned traveller. A hike thru the caves, a swoim in the surf and then on the the Mine shaft cafe for happy hour.
Gabi is a bit nervous about missing their plane so we are heading back to St Thomas a few days early. Sailing down the Atlantic side of the islands in the hopes that we'll actually get some wind on this glassy ocean. Jib an mizzen are pulling us along between 4 and 6 knots. Definitely not racing but a beautiful pleasant relaxin way to travel from one end of the islands to the other.
There off on their long flight back to vienna and we are sitting in Lindberg Bay.
Bon Voyage Gabi and Rudiit was nice having you aboard