Caribbean, Family, Travel, Travel and Adventure

Carriacou

We hoisted our sails as we said our goodbyes to Grenada. We had a wonderful few weeks exploring the island, but it was time to slowly start making our way back up the island chain and home to the BVI. Our first stop was only 30 miles away to the small island of Carriacou. We… Continue reading Carriacou

Caribbean, Family, Motherhood, Travel and Adventure

Latitude 12° North – Avoiding potential hurricanes in Grenada

After a 56 hour sail from the BVI to Grenada we arrived in St. George and anchored off Grand Anse beach. The ground below was flat coral shell and difficult to find sand, but once anchored it was good holding. We stayed in this spot for a week to get to know our surroundings, catch… Continue reading Latitude 12° North – Avoiding potential hurricanes in Grenada

Family, Travel and Adventure, Work Life

Mr Fix It

Since I've known Gavin he has always been a general Mr Fix It. Whether it be home maintenance, working on the car or mending boats, he can throw his hand to anything. When we worked together on charter boats, every week guests were amazed by his expertise and how he could always 'make a plan'… Continue reading Mr Fix It

Family, Travel and Adventure

Our break in Colorado

Gavin had a few weeks with no charters booked in so we had decided last minute to take a break from the islands and head over to Colorado to visit my brother in Denver. It was a fairly long journey to get there, especially with a 9 month old, but after a ferry ride to… Continue reading Our break in Colorado

Family, Travel and Adventure

Happy Anniversary

One year ago today I married the man I wanted to spend the rest of my life with... When I met Gavin I knew we both had a common interest and that was a life of adventure. Since we have been together we have lived and worked in the Caribbean enjoying the simple things in… Continue reading Happy Anniversary

Family, Motherhood, Travel and Adventure

Family come to visit

This was my parents 3rd time visiting us in the BVI. It was definitely a different experience for them this time after the hurricane had hit. Previously we had taken them out on a charter boat for a week, sent them on day sails to the many different islands, we dined in all the nice… Continue reading Family come to visit

Travel and Adventure

Life in the BVI – Post Irma

I'm not going to lie, life isn't easy living on a island that has just been destroyed by a Category 5 hurricane, however it's not the worse thing in the world. When I told family and friends I was returning to live in the British Virgin Islands with my 4 month old daughter, they were… Continue reading Life in the BVI – Post Irma