Leaving the Bitter End, passing by 'The Sand Box' on Prickly Pear Island
Anything Goes under sail
s/v Patronus had to put out their spinnaker to keep up with us! Tee Hee. They are always so beautiful under sail!
Sailing into Road Town. We anchored just outside the marina to go ashore. As we walked through town to the stores, we noticed roosters roaming around and that they drove on the opposite side of the road. It was a constant challenge to remember this when we crossed the street! The part of Road Town we were in was not the touristy part, but we didn't know that until later. There were often no sidewalks and the buildings looked pretty rough around the edges.
Cruise ships docked in Road Town
Enjoying the sun and sailing
The "Moorings" charter base in Road Town. Surprisingly, there were a lot of boats in their slips.
Entering Soper's Hole the following day.
Soper's Hole Wharf and Marina were very colorful as we pictured the Caribbean would be.
A little school work in the cockpit is not sooo bad!
Freshly squeezed orange juice at "D Best Cup" outdoor cafe where we had a tasty breakfast
Noisy goats on the hillside and the 4 am rooster wake up calls sometimes felt like we were on a farm and not in the Caribbean.
We took the Conway's on our boat, around the corner, to Smuggler's Beach for a fun day in the sun
Kids in the water with our boat anchored in the background
Kate's sand chair
View of Smuggler's Beach. Gorgeous!
Erica conducts yoga class on the beach
Liv jumping off our boat
Bryson's canon ball
Maggie catching a wave on the boogie board