Blue Waters Antigua
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... lays its eggs on specific plants and each caterpillar is camouflaged on those plants, some being nearly impossible to see). All that looking for a mate can make for a restless butterfly. We were able to see some of those caterpillars and even butterflies emerging from the chrysalis of their cocoons. Our tour then took us to some rock formations! Big granite boulders! Aruba is so devoid of geologic diversity that they have made a park ...
... to sell to Tyler who delivered them to our parents. I created a small sand shop to contain the balls.The next day Tyler and I took our boogie boards to the beach. Huge waves crashed on the shore. Tyler and I rode those waves like we were it' master. Mom tried to catch photos of waves at their peak. On our finall day two of our friend boats walked along the beach with us. On the way back to Coco it began to rain,fogging up my glasses so I ...
... Antigua flight, Kai woke up from a 2 hour nap pretty ****** off. I'm still not sure if it was a night terror or he was just really angry but he threw an epic tantrum that lasted (I counted) 25 minutes and for those 25 mins I was mortified, wanted to DIE. It's bad enough for your child to throw a tantrum at home but in public and on a plane where you can't really do anythign or go anywhere ughh!!! I think ...
We finally gave up and went to the bar. David actually looked like he had enjoyed himself. "It's so relaxing" he said. Is it? He is a very odd fellow.
We have just one more full day here before we head home and the "End of Holiday" blues is kicking in, for me anyway.
It's lovely being in the heat and being thoroughly spoiled but that just makes the thought of coming home to the cold and miserable UK very hard.
... that I decided to go the M25 way instead of my usual A3 and Guildford way.
The journey should take 40 to 60 minutes. It took three hours. As we approached the M25 on the M3 the traffic stopped. It just stopped moving. After sitting there, not moving for 20 minutes I was getting very stressed, so decided to carry on up the M3 and join the M25 at either Wisley or Chessington. But with the Thames flooded and it being Friday night going home ...