100 Dolphin come to join us as we sail from Bonaire to St Martin, what a truly unique experience. Please excuse us as we try to find a new song for the intro, Lord Huron, the band has blocked us from using their music on YouTube.
This week we set out for the Tobago Cays and discover we have an island to run around all to ourselves. What more could one ask for than to be with rays, turtles and fish on a secluded island.
While Mustique is known for it’s more famous residents, dating back to Princess Margaret, David Bowie, Tommy Hilfiger and Mick Jagger we found it one of the most peaceful islands we have visited yet. After dropping anchor off Basil’s Bar we dingy ashore to explore the island and meet the first inhabitants that still roam the island.
After seeing the other Stratovolcanoes on Montserrat and Martinique we finally get the chance to hike to the summit and peer into one of these destructive volcanoes. It has only been a couple of months since Arielle’s knee surgery so hoping it holds out on the 3 hour hike.
On the last day in the BVI’s I decided to get one last dive in before heading out. Yesterday’s shark hunt was a bust but the scenery was beautiful. Today I hopped into the water in 5 foot seas to see if any sharks could be found here and was I ever rewarded.
We pulled into the marina in Grenada and went around what we thought was a building until we got closer and realized it was Steve Jobs Super Yacht.
What else is there to do when waiting for a hurricane?
Just swimming along with the turtles enjoying life!
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