It cost a minimum of $125 / night for
the owners of these sandals to so
easily set foot from their mooring dock onto
|Cute sign, but we were not tempted.|
|Clear water. Nice walking beach an easy dinghy ride in.|
Some of the little huts are the roof of a beachfront café.
The $18 burgers did not tempt us; the $175 Valentines
couples dinner at the other island restaurant, was
even less tempting.
Squatters & Slackers (aka Budget Cruisers)
Anchoring is free $0; our power comes from our solar panels.
$65-$195 / night
Mooring ball $65, docking $125, +$70 if electric hookup
Meals & Drinks
Cooking for ourselves vs. eating out, 3 meals
Open WiFi;) – free!
No, dinghy onto land
Yes – excellent – all there if docked
Very small amount of $ for dinghy gas
We can do each other – not the same
Only cost is motivation!
$0 (DIY – “Do me, Wayne”)
$210 featured massage
We create our own paradise
Paradise: Easy but expensive
|Mooring balls in this bay, just around the corner from|
our anchorage, cost $65/night.
Ceramic map of Peter Island as seen in the higher end resort
restaurant on Peter Island. We anchored in Deadman’s Bay,
on the NE part of the island, just in from the Island
Wayne washing the sand off his feet for free
at the outdoor shower on Peter Island’s Resort.
We figured the resort would prefer we not sully