On land, under the sea and in the air..kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, wombats and Tasmanian devils…dolphins, seals, albatrosses, sharks, turtles, an octopus..brilliant cockatoos, lorikeets, corellas, galahs, curlews, and kookaburras…bats, snakes, lace monitor lizards, large insects, water dragons, and some scary spiders, plus echidnas, emus and cassowaries!
So THIS happened: Boy and Girl go SCUBA diving at the Great Barrier Reef, Turtle KISSES Girl, Girl flips for Turtle, Boy has “chat” with Turtle, Boy and Turtle square off, Turtle tries to block Boy’s air, Girl shows Turtle her wedding ring, Turtle sulks then asks Boy for a Hug. Boy, Girl and Turtle swim on happily.
Tobago Cays Scuba, Snorkeling, Sunsets and a Scrumptious Beach Barbeque with heaping piles of lobster. When we parked our sailboat in the uninhabited Tobago Cays on day 6 of our 10 day Grenadines bareboat sailing trip, we found all of that and more!
We’re on a dreamy adventure in New Zealand, Australia, and Fiji! We’ll be here from January into June 2017. Tasmania, Sydney, Cairns, GBR, Innisfail, Whitsundays, Brisbane, Torquay, Perth, AU. Auckland, Queenstown, Christchurch, Taranaki, Taupo, NZ. Savusavu, Fiji
Diving and dining in Bequia, in the Grenadines, a string of islands that are part of the 32 island nation called “St. Vincent and the Grenadines” in the Caribbean – Part of the West Indies, they are south of St. Lucia and north of Grenada.
Less than 20 hours on our sailboat and we’re faced with possibly having to abandon ship in Marigot Bay, but we’ll get to that…Marigot Bay, St. Lucia is one of the most idyllic sailing anchorages in all of the Caribbean. It’s beautiful, sheltered, safe, and calm. It is so sheltered that