Archive for August 2017

Liming in Grenada

In the Caribbean, the term “Liming” is used to mean, hanging around, chilling, shooting the breeze, kickin’ back, etc. It’s useful to have such a term as it’s widely practiced here in Grenada. One of the main reasons we came to Grenada was to get some work done on Panache before our warranty period expires…

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Monkeying Around

Over the last 8 months we have taken tours of many of the islands that we have visited – but not all. We have found every tour to be fascinating, and hope to fill in the missing ones when we visit the Caribbean again at the end of our circumnavigation. On Grenada we hired Cutty,…

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Grenada & Tropical Storms

An active underwater volcano lies directly between Carriacou and Grenada, called “Kickem Jenny”. It has erupted 13 times since 1939, most recently in 2015. It is a safety concern for boats, as the volcano periodically emits gas that fills the water with bubbles. Bubbly water is less dense than regular water, so much so that…

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Petit St. Vincent & Carriacou

From Mayreau it’s a 45-minute hop to Clifton Bay on Union Island. Similar to the Tobago Cays, the bay is sheltered behind an extensive reef and so enjoys strong winds with relatively calm seas. This is the perfect combination for kiteboarding, which you can watch while sipping a beer on Happy Island, a small bar…

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