Antigua Yacht Club Marina Resort
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Started the day doing my laundry in a bucket on the swim platform and hung them to dry on the safety railing. Quite amazing how little you really need in terms of clothing in this climate. Went to a couple different beaches today.. The island really slows down on Sunday's. I continue to be amazed by the friendliness of the people here in Antigua. Two things happened today that I've never experienced anywhere else in terms of how locals treat visitors... When we got off the buss ...
... 30am for a four hour shift, got sent up the rigging at 5:30am to prep sails, hosed down the decks in morning Happy Hour (nothing to do with alcohol - we clean the ship), set sails and braced the yards, had lunch, slept for a few hours, did more sail work, ate dinner, napped for another hour, watched the day give way to night and then spent my evening watch picking out planets and constellations as clear as if someone had laid out a star map above our heads. ...
... here - cocoa, coffee, nutmeg, turmeric and a few others that I failed to remember. Onto Concord Falls, the island's best known waterfall. After visiting our beautiful Russell Falls in Mt Field National Park just a week before I left home, to say these falls were a bit underwhelming was an understatement. Still, the water was enticing enough on this hot day for me to enjoy a swim. With a bit of effort I managed to swim right under the falls and enjoy a ...
... from the potential squalls of the coastal ocean we felt a relaxing calm. However looking at the water we decided that we would prefer not to dive in to experience the pleasures of a quick dip. This turned out to be a wise decision as slowly but surely we began to creep towards the other boats nearby. Despite all the old cannons and felled trees that supposedly sat at the bottom of the harbor our anchor had not taken hold. Fortunately I noticed ...
Leaving English Harbour as it was time to move on and the fact they have no water available to yachts, due to an Island shortage from lack of rain last month, we move round to Falmouth Harbour. It is full of super yachts, 100-200 ft, the most enormous ' gin palaces' imaginable or affordable!!! We look like a little tiny pin head ...