As we'd anchored far out in Marigot because the inner harbour was rather crowded we paid the price and were exposed to the big swell and winds and neither of us had a great night's sleep (somewhat understated, as Wolfgang didn't sleep after 2am and while I got more, it wasn't deep sleep) and we were glad to get to land for breakfast at La Sucrière. Upon return to the boat I spied a charter sailboat weighing anchor and immediately set about getting their inner spot, much to the relief of Wolfgang who was worried about getting ashore without a dunking. I'll also rest easier tonight, as well.
Although we had a tense 30 minutes waiting for the traffic jam after the 11:30am bridge opening to clear, we made it to the airport in good time for Wolfgang to catch his multi-leg and lengthy set of flights back to Germany and I was suddenly alone again aboard Zanshin.
I spent most of the afternoon aboard doing a lot of nothing but then pulled my act together and did some cleaning until finally it was time to make dinner on the BBQ and retire early.

Fresh market spices Fresh spices at the Marigot market.
[18°4'5.02"N 63°5'9.7"W ]
Fresh market spices
Wolfgang on his way back home Wolfgang about to board the dinghy on the final run in to the docks and thence to the rental car and the airport for his return flight to Germany.
(2012-01-26 16:06:28 NIKON D7000 with a "18.0-200.0 mm f/3.5-5.6" lens. [f/5.6, 1/125s] ISO 100 Focus 2.66m)
Wolfgang on his way back home
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