Saturday, February 26, 2011
16th February 2011
Well we are certainly having our fair share of reefs lately and the anchorage of
was yet another one. We spent one night here and our main reason for stopping was to obtain our outward clearance from customs. Clifton
Our friends Bridget and Peter from White Rose had spent some time here a few weeks before and had told us of a nice beach restaurant over on the north side of the island. As we’d arrived at
late morning we decided to stretch the legs and walk over to the restaurant for a spot of lunch. Clifton
The walk which took a little over 30 mins was an easy stroll. We passed fields with goats, sheep, cows and the odd chicken, something we haven’t seen for a while.
Arriving at the beach where Gordon’s restaurant was located was as delightful as Peter and Bridget had described, a beautiful bay with a white sand beach. Rather than the usual type of table arrangement, this little restaurant had a couple of raised side - less huts that would seat maybe four or six people around one table.So it was essentially, intimate outdoor dining, right on the sand.
The following morning we departed with the intention of making a brief stop at Petite St Vincent and then heading down to
Formalities: Customs / Immigration are available at the airport, roughly 3 mins walk from the yacht club dinghy dock or you can also visit their offices in town near the waterfront.