It Is What It Is
Trip Start Mar 11, 2011
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It has such a laidback, Caribbean feel that we had little choice but to continue our laidbackness. The beaches were mostly windy except for a small stretch near the dock where we frolicked with countless, colourful starfish and Sofie and Chad. We also hung out with our remaining sailboat buddies - Jerrod, Lorraine, Denise - at their beachfront pad, reminiscing about the very special 3-days we had just shared.
Brenda's Grill near the dock kept up well-fed
People are always amused to meet South Africans travelling, for many we are their first, and almost certainly the first mixed race ones. Yes, Dee is looking more "mixed race" these days. Since the sailing trip my tan has deepened from golden to bronze. In contrast, Mario is constantly mistaken for a Belizean, speaking Creole to him right away. He blends in easily, except perhaps for his huge tattoo!
A pleasant little town just perfect for adjusting to life post sailing bliss.