Grenada, Sailing, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Grenada at the end of the Lesser Antilles

Since St. Vincent I have been traveling with a Norwegian ferry, a mailboat, a school boat and a couple of sail boats. It was when I first got to Grenada that I had to board another flight again to continue my journey down to Trinidad. Grenada has the reputation of being one of the most […]

Grenada, Sailing

Sailing from Carriacou to Grenada

At the lion fish barbeque in Carriacou I was so lucky to meet Anne-Laure and Amaury who were going to sail down to Grenada the next morning and let me hitch a ride with them. Compared to other boats I have been on, I must say that theirs, la Orana was the most relaxed which […]

Fiji, Sailing

The Tiny South Sea Island in the Mamanucas, Fiji

On the way back from the Yasawas (outer) Island group I jumped off at the tiny South Sea Island in the Mamanucas (inner) islands. It was just a 30 minute ride from “mainland” Fiji and therefore also attractive to day trippers coming over. The reason for picking this island was that everything, except drinks, was […]

Australia, Sailing

Sailing the Whitsundays

Arriving Airlie Beach at seven in the morning I had only an hour before the boat left, so I jumped into a taxi from the train station and made it just in time for my sailing trip. I had booked the British Defender, a boat accommodating as much as 30 people, but still being quite […]

Maldives, Sailing, Travel videos, Videos

Maldives video

I have put together a short video of last week’s trip to the Maldives:   This weekend I will travel to South and North Korea and the Silk road from Beijing to Istanbul by rail, so stay tuned!