26th March and some photos from the previous blog.
St John: In Cruz bay its a busy place with lots of colourful taxis, bars and small shops we didn't check it all out which is a pity but I guess this will be one of the other isles to re visit in the future.
Here are a few photos taken at the Annaberg sugar mill.
We had heard another member of the group from Cartagena was at anchor in Coral bay so we proceeded to motor the 2 and a half hours, (wind not good on the nose). Lenny from Feijao is alone at the moment as Gina is working on Necker, so we invited him across for drinks, Don and Lenny did the Painkillers justice and a few beers too.
The photo of Coral Bay was taken when we went on the taxi trip
|This is where we were at anchor in Coral Bay|
Some colourful residents here
|These guys are big, don't bite but a slap from the tail would be very painful|
|Lenny and Don|
|Don with his extra legs and feet|
There is a very popular bar here named Skinny legs, which can get very busy, I asked the waitress "are so many people drunk they leave their shoes behind", I was right
|Floating bar I wonder if it would come to us|
|Zoom in to see the sign|
Next stop St Thomas or Puerto Rico.
No idea if we will have the "net" so keep a look out.
Don and Glenys Graham