Over the last long bank holiday weekend, our family managed to get off of Tortola and over to Anegada, which in my opinion is the most spectacular of all the British Virgin Islands. While Yann and Barney raced over on one of his Catanas with a small crew to participate in the Lowell Wheatley Anegada, Pursuit race, Coralie and I instead enjoyed the comforts of a gentle four-hour sail, with an all women crew supporting Captain Jules. The first night we enjoyed the award ceremony barbecue and party, that being the only scheduled event for the weekend. For the next three days there was a lot of eating, a bit of drinking, and plenty of beach time. Yann logged some time with the kiteboard, and I got over to Loblolly Bay to hear the Lashing Dogs play, a local Fungi band. And Coralie and Barney chased one another around Pimento Point, ensuring early evenings in bed. Essentially 72 hours our barefoot, bliss.