The air has cleared since the “official” end of the hurricane season. Each morning is a glorious experience of invigorating air with colours and clarity accentuated to an unbelievable height. I am reminded of the early morning on the African veld and drawn there each day for reminiscences almost too much to bear. At the end though, I am very grateful to be here, in land so beautiful with all its new experiences and new people.
This is grazing land for a beautiful herd in Martinique. We were there earlier this year and it remains one of our favourite destinations.
No snow for Christmas, just warm, clear air and sun.
Christmas party at the Mt. Airy Young Readers Programme
and the girls had the most beautiful hair styles.
They are all growing up so quickly, I can hardly believe it.
Life on shore for a change. Saturday mornings during school term.
Rush hour shopping at the end of November, Spice Land Mall
Morne Rouge, St. Georges, Grenada.
Compared to London, England, slower pace so far.
We have friends in Norway and in Grenada and all over the world.
Wherever you are in the world at this time, we wish you calm hearts and happy households.
Calm on board. Hectic everywhere else?
Just bobbing around in Prickly Bay, sun and fun as usual.
Boatloads of fun. Halloween on Ngoma. The children came in droves and made our evening. Thanks to all the busy mums.
Time to let my hair down and breathe. Sunday on board Ngoma.
But being the Caribbean, no two people agree on just what the Thanksgiving Day is celebrating.
We just give thanks to-day, for everything.
FROM PRICKLY BAY GRENADATO THE BOCCA, TRINIDAD
On 26th September 2016 this was the dawn light with an approaching storm soon to become Matthew. We took notice and sailed for Trinidad, arriving at 0900hrs. on the 27th September 2016. Amazing sail with a canopy of brilliant stars from horizon to horizon.