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Prickly Bay, Grenada

February 27, 2016

After a 80 nm night sail we anchored Friday morning in Prickly Bay, one of several southerly bays if Grenada. An hour before we anchored we got a Barracuda, suitable for dinner for two. Since we got the advice to use 100 meters of line we have almost always got fish – thanks to our Australian sailor friends Anne and Campbell!

Today we took the bus to the capital of Grenada, St George. We found a very colourful market and a heaven for buying spices. We use a lot of of Nutmeg (sv Muskot) in cooking. This a very good place to stock up!

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