We didn't think much of St Kitts. Maybe we didn't see enough of the
island to get a fair view. The south of the island has been sold off to
a developer who is in the process of ecological terrorism. The North may
be lovely, but when we landed we were greeted by monkeys in nappies with
cruise ship passengers queuing up for photos of them on their shoulders.
We escaped and had an awesome sail up to Saba. This rock has somehow
been inhabited - up to relatively recently the only landing onto the
island was via 800 steps cut into the cliff. The attraction here is the
snorkelling. Nick and Hannah left before us and managed to fit in a
snorkel and saw reef sharks so we are looking forwards to a snorkel
tomorrow morning. Its pretty exposed and wild here, we are very rolly so
only one night unless the wind veers East.