Monthly Archives: November 2007

Good times on Bonaire

Not too many updates written in Bonaire, for the simple reason that I was too busy to do internet things.  Had a great time hanging out with Susie, her dogs and cat.  Participate in some local social events, like the … Continue reading

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Made it to Bonaire

Just after dark I made it to Kralendijk, no anchoring allowed here, but I found one of the last available moorings. Been hanging around with Susie from Wishful Thinking, who I had met here this summer.  We are having a … Continue reading

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Kingstown to Kralendijk (Saint Vincent to Bonaire)

Tuesday morning I got up at the regular time (at sun rise, which is around 6 in the morning). Most of the boat was already packed, so after breakfast I only needed to bring on board the kayak and we … Continue reading

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St Vincent and the Grenadines

As always I have ran behind in writing stories. So I’ll be doing the remainder of the St Vincent and Grenadines as a short entry. On Thursday I went snorkeling in three different places, and re-anchored four times. First I … Continue reading

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Grenadines and Tobago Cays

Tuesday morning I went for a little snorkel and did some shopping. In the afternoon I went alongside the dock to fill up the water tanks. Than I motored to Palm Island, that is a resort island (before it became … Continue reading

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Union, St Vincent and the Grenadines.

Last Saturday I left Tobago, took it easy getting ready since I did not want to leave to early. Distance was about 80 miles, and to make it to Union during daylight I thought I should not leave before 11. … Continue reading

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Next stop St Vincent

For the past 10 days I have been taking it easy on Tobago.  Did a little bit of sight-seeing, some socializing, and sailed around the island (in two days). Wednesday I sailed to Plymouth, got hit by some showers, and … Continue reading

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