Allamanda Beach Club
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Well this day started out ..... Interesting. Woke up to a heavily pitching boat. This ain't no cruise ship kids. It's only 360 feet. When it's rough out ... You feel it. So far though I am one of the few without the seasick patch. Rocking doesn't seem to bother me all that much.
Our sail from St. Maarten to Anguilla took us 23 nautical miles last night.
Anguilla (pronounced an-gwil-ah) is a British overseas territory in the Caribbean, ...
It dawned on me this week the passion and enthusiasm I have for diving. I was teaching a 13 year old boy, Ari, to dive, and about 20 minutes into his first dive with me he started to relax and point things out to me instead of the other way around. To see the look in his eyes change from trepidation to sheer love and enjoyment is magical and very humbling. He was so excited to see the most common ...
... till it is bursting to overflowing and simply groaning under the weight of groceries. Then, and this is where most men get their annual migraine; standing in that seemingly endless line at the checkout. Then there is always one. The product where the bar code will not read. The bell rings; the supervisor saunters over. A quick discussion about the product between her and the cashier at the till.
The supervisor slowly strolls over to a microphone, ...
... the way to Mallihouana and could not find him and when I came back the front car had loaded her in and they were taking her to Caribella which was where she was staying. We could do nothing more, so we left. When we were going down the main road, the husband was coming out of John Hodge Road, pedaling like mad heading west! Those roads are dangerous.
We went for our favorite meal at the Pumphouse, Caesars salad for me – I think their’s is the ...
... wandered on and stopped at a little beach shack and had a guavaberry margarita – it was really tasty.
We walked along the gorgeous beach, and the locals tried hard to sell us a cabana for the day, but since it was almost departure time we declined. We met up with everybody over dinner and compared notes – I think everyone had a good time at our first port of call.