Guadeloupe & A horrible night at Anchor... We sailed down to Saint Kitts and were really disappointed to find out that there was no way to go on the sugar train unless you booked it through your cruise ship. Basically, the sugar train was only for cruise ships passengers!!! What a bummer. I was really annoyed and disappointed but very glad we hadn't told Arthur, as it was meant as a surprise, so we didn't have to deal with his disappointment. Instead of staying we decided to leave straight away and sail down all the way to Guadeloupe where we would wait for my mom and Thierry to arrive. We had a peaceful sail down and were happy to drop the hook in Deshais the next morning. We also got the nice surprise of seeing our friends on Ran anchored a few boats in front of us. We hadn't seen them since we met them in Cape Verde but had kept in touch as we had crossed the Atlantic a few days apart. Little did we know how crazy the next few days would turn out to be. The weather turned on us and a massive swell started to make its way into the anchorage. It was like being at sea but worse as you just kept on being tossed around in a different way every time. After two days and two sleepless nights of this it finally started to come down, just in time for our friends on Ran to almost get hit by another boat.