Written by Pieter Jan on May 16, 2020 — 1 min read
At: Grand Anse Bay, Grenada
Living space on Vite & Rêves is about 30m2. This works out to about 6m2 per person. Imagine living on 2 by 3 m for more than a month. The United Nations has condemned countries for less. Amnesty International would write some very angry letters.
To put things in perspective: In Grenada, out of 120 000 inhabitants, 7 currently have COVID19. All are quarantined and doing well. Contact tracing is continuous and extensive. In short: There’s zero risk.
As of last Monday, businesses are carefully opening again. Restaurants and bars are still closed, but the rest is back to normal. Every day is a grocery day, so the lines at the supermarkets have disappeared.
And the best thing: the beaches are open again. Only from 5:00 to 11:00 in the morning, but still, it’s a good start. A sign that things are slowly going back to normal.
We hopped in the dinghy faster than you could say “Land ho” and delighted in an early beach visit.