Antigua Yacht Club Marina Resort
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The title of this blog was the metaphorical bucket of water with which I doused the expectations of people who asked me why I was headed to Brazil in a time of football-fuelled frenzy. Whilst I did manage to experience England's miserable contribution to the World Cup when we went to watch the Uruguay game on a big screen, mine was a very different goal. Sitting in the Recife's docks was a vessel going by the name of England's most famous admiral: The STS ...
Antigua was not the first Caribbean island I had imagined visiting upon completing my journey across the sea. As with all the best laid plans through time, change is inevitable. This time instead of landing in the British Virgin Isles we had Antigua. Land Ho, was shouted from the helm, emerging with the sun the island slowly revealed itself, changing hues with increased luminescence. Rocky and ongoing the coastline had coves and anchorages which were ...
... the bar staff on his own! The dancing lessons continue with the introduction of more exotic dances, the rumba, the jive and the cha cha cha. The temperature is dropping a degree or so each day. The sun is still trying hard but the wind makes getting out of the jacuzzi rather uncomfortable and the pool, although warm, is decidedly ...
After two months, driving nearly 3,000 miles through seven different States, visiting five National Parks, in Ollys case eating hundreds of burgers, Pip countless Caesar salads and Ruby not a lot, we have reached our final day. Tomorrow we will touch down at Gatwick - our eighth airport.
Blue waters in Antigua has been a good final resting place, we have all just relaxed with a little snorkelling, kyacking, peddle boating (rubys favourite) sailing, fishing (Olly caught a crab, ...
... most of his time looking through manuals trying to repair everything that keeps breaking. I had a productive day yesterday taking the oven apart and cleaning it inside and out. It was just like being back at work!! Although I must say that having worked on the boats has helped alot. A Thai green curry was successful last night. I think Tim was getting a bit fretful with all the healthy things I was cooking so a curry ...