Monthly archives: July, 2014

A Map of Our Travels Thus Far

I’ll try to update this whenever we are in places that have decent internet. The map doesn’t include the 1400 nautical miles we sailed bringing the boat back to Texas last year. Overall, we’ve made it about 4100 nautical miles so far. That is roughly equivalent to sailing from Spain to Cuba, the second landfall



Pointe-a-Pitre (part two), Guadeloupe

Guadeloupe continues to be amazing. We used the second half of our week with the rental car to climb a volcano, visit another waterfall, and then kayak out to a little island and go snorkeling. Our trip up the volcano was misty and windy. Visibility was poor most of the time, but occasionally the clouds



Pointe-a-Pitre, Guadeloupe

Guadeloupe has been amazing so far. It is a constant challenge deciding whether to do school, or take the kids snorkeling and hit the zoo instead. I’m not entirely sure that going to the zoo doesn’t count as school anyhow. The Parc des Mammelles was excellent. It it a smallish zoo without some of the