Wednesday, February 15, 2017

15th February 2017 Mayreau

 Sometimes, even the fortunate get lucky! We motored around to Mayreau from the Tobago Cays, only 5 miles with a plan to just take a look at the stunning but very poular Salt Whistle Bay. As we came into the anchorage a boat had just left leaving just one unreserved mooring that was perfect for Askari. Cameron helped us tie up in this very cosy bay and we agreed to check out his restaurant that night – oh yes more lobster!!

We went for a fabulous walk along the windward side of the island, right up to the top of one of the hills and then up into the village. Everyone was so friendly, it’s such a cool island of lovely coloured houses. We met a lady who was staying at the Eden Rest Project; this is a new project to offer a rest and reflection period for those people who do amazing work on the Mercy Ships – I can’t think of a better place for this project and what an amazing initiative. See

Last Bar til Rain Forest

Bars on Saltwhistle Beach

Salt whistle Bay, Mayreau

Saltwhistle Bay

Looking at Union Island from Mayreau

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