ABOUT US

On 1st Oct, 2015, we headed off on a journey, hoping to travel around the world. 

 

We have sailed across the Atlantic and up through the Caribbean, toured North, Central and South America  in our VW van and are now enjoying our trip through New Zealand. 

 

Enjoy our blog - older posts are found at the very bottom of the blog page.

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March 11, 2016

The entrance to Santiago de Cuba is amazing, overlooked by a beautiful castle - El Morro.  This was probably our favourite place in Cuba and was meant to be our last stop before heading back to Tortola.  it was, however, where we left the boat.

March 11, 2016

We left Cienfuegos on 24th February and arrived into Cayo Breton the following day.  Lots of fisherman around and managed to secure a fish for 5 CUC and five lobster for a further 15 CUC, before heading off to Cayo Cinco Bales.  Strong winds and current kept us at anch...

March 11, 2016

We took a car to Trinidad on 21st February, staying in a Casa at the bottom of town next to the railway line.  Fabulous views everywhere, amazing place, we bumped into two Australians we had met in Havana, had a great meal at San Jose and walked and walked.....

March 10, 2016

On 16th February we took a bus to Havana.  What an amazing city.  We stayed in a Casa owned by Cuban althele Dayron Robles - 110m hurdler.  Walked everywhere but one day we took a tour of the city in one of the old US cars, a red Cadillac Eldorado.  Great driver, check...

March 10, 2016

We arrived in Cienfuegos from Cayo Largo on 11th February, having left hoping to anchor off Cayo Los Dias.  A huge swell, no protection from the high winds and the fact there were two recent  wrecks nearby, both catamarans, resulted in us carrying on to Punta del Este....

March 10, 2016

Our point of entry into Cuba, Cayo Largo, is a beautiful Island off the south coast of Cuba.  White sandy beaches that stretch on and on.  Only tourists are allowed here though, Cubans work here for 20 days, then return home for 10 days of leave before coming back.  Gr...

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