Carriacou is the southernmost Grenadine island but is technically part of Grenada. Anchored in Tyrell Bay, we spent longer than expected on the island as we waited for our special ballots for the provincial elections to be couriered to us, but this gave us the chance to take our time and explore the island. Here it is, in pictures!
After 10 days of waiting for our ballots, we gave up on Elections Ontario (who sends time-sensitive mail by Canada Post??). It was time to head to Grenada, our last stop before haulout. There, we explored the capital (St. George’s), went to a Full Moon party, Mel somehow contracted strep throat, we toured a cocoa factory, and snorkeled at an underwater sculpture park before setting our sails for our first voyage – three non-stop days at sea!
Where the wind takes us next: on a three-day, non-stop passage back to St. Martin via St. Barts!
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Lovely pictures. It must be wonderful to review these and close your eyes and be back there! What a great journey you had, and have still yet to come!
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The shot of David pre-cheese-tasting made me think of what Gomers must have looked like when he saw you both again for the first time! 😀