15 Jan
2018
Anegada, British Virgin Island 0

Posted by Julian Cohen

Superb lobster dinner at Cotter’s By The Sea, the lobster was perfectly cooked and delicious with melted butter poured on it. As the wind had died off this morning we headed to a spot on the reef that runs off the island for a few miles. The plan was to stop for some snorkelling but the water was still full of sandy sediment from the wind and waves of the last week or so, and wasn’t very clear. It did however make for a great image of the boat sitting in the blue amongst the reef.

I think that when one thinks of traveling the world by boat, this is the image that many have in their minds. The reality is somewhat different, but it was nice to remind myself of the dream once again.

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