We were only going to spend a night here and move on, but the Carnival started the next afternoon, so we stuck around. Jim and Linda from Chesapeake and Jason and Karen off of YOLO sitting on some shady concrete stairs, our viewing station for the parade. It started at 1PM, no 2PM, no 3PM.... it was a long hot wait
It was hot and these guys were only half dressed in their costumes.
And just a few blocks away, you find these kinds of homes.
A cruise ship at the Roseau dock with a rainbow above it the day we left for Portsmouth. This was the view from our anchor spot.
Jim and Linda headed to Guadeloupe the day after the barbecue but we stuck around for another few days and did some shopping and relaxed and got some time on the free wifi there. The number of yachts in the anchorage grew as the following week was Yachtie Appreciation Week here.
Most of the bay had mooring balls put out by the PAYS group, but we anchored in front of this rusting hulk. It had been driven ashore recently in a storm and dragged off and anchored here while the owner looked for help for funding its repairs. My guess is that it will never leave.