Earth Wind and Fire
10 January 2018 | Prince Rupert Bay - Dominica
Yesterday night there was a 7.5 Earthquake on the other side of the Caribbean Sea.
This caused a tiny tsunami wave that we hardly felt here.
The past few days have been very wet and windy on occasions, but each squall passes fairly quickly. We have had to take shelter when walking but it has given us a number of opportunities to chat with the locals.
There are still quite a few bonfires around the place as people burn piles of fallen trees and hurricane debris. But every day the island gets tidier and the trees get greener.
We have been busy walking, doing boat jobs and generally socialising.
Avin from Albert’s Boat services has been polishing the hull and Infinity B is looking much better for it. It was Mandy’s job but she subcontracted it!
Our greatest discovery is “under the counter” which can be found in most bars. It is very therapeutic and consists of rum and marijuana!
Meantime my blood sugar is pretty ok, but have been trying to reduce some meds to get rid of a nagging dry cough which is a known side effect of Tamulosin.
We are hopefully getting our solar panels replaced shortly.