The Copper and Lumber Store Hotel
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... out a day or so ago). Grand final day – go figure. Mission accomplished at St John’s casino.
Then shopped for our reggae ****. Then got a taxi to Dickenson Beach, one of the 365 beaches in Antigua. It was fantastic. Postcard white sand beach with hotels and bars. We found a nice one for a couple of hours. It was hot, hot, hot, but the beer and cocktails were cold. As we were leaving a band was ...
... a national park and is home to Antigua Sailing Week, the largest gathering of sailing vessels in the Caribbean. We'll be here for a week or so to get a replacement part flown in for our instrument panel.
Why is it called "Nelson's" Dockyard? Admiral Horatio Nelson (1758 – 1805) was ...
... of my head and shoulders. Then a climb back up many stairs for another complimentary rum punch. Can you see a pattern forming on these island excursions? Back to port we were greeted by a fantastic display of Grenadian hospitality as these photos show. Other ports had a tin drum band playing Calypso music, but this island outshone them. It was great fun! And not a collection tin in sight! Just for our enjoyment, it was a great farewell from this fascinating ...
... on huge plates of fattening food downed with creamy cocktails. Then there are others walking, no hobbling is a better term, looking like death may be sitting on their shoulders waiting to pounce.
Do we miss Seabourn? Yes. Will we sail on this ship again? Probably not. Are we enjoying ourselves? Yes
Tomorrow we arrive in St Johns is the US Virgin Islands. Can't wait.There should be lots more news after a couple of shore days.
... powerboat trip round the island and then wind down Saturday ready for the flight home. 1st 20/20 on Sunday so will be in the British Legion for 18.30 to watch it. If anyone fancies joining us feel free. No doubt the elephant will be there unless meh run out of milk.
A short one today and there won't be one tomorrow. Will chuck another one at you on Saturday morning.