The Copper and Lumber Store Hotel
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First of all Christmas... a very different one from the quiet one last year, when we were preparing to leave Las Palmas on Boxing day to sail to the Cape Verdes. The Dockyard green, the venue, on Nelsons dockyard, jumped to attention with tents and gazebos erected, housing large ice filled cold boxes everywhere, with Champagne and beer; bbqs …
... on going diving two days in a row. That plan seemed great, until my diving instructor provided very confusing directions on how to walk to our meeting spot in the morning that we ended up at completely different car parks…so diving did not happen that day but I got some great underwater impression the following day when we went on dives to The Pillars of Hercules and Nanton Point which were ...
What did I expect when I heard we'd be making a trip to spread the word about the Emmaus Bible Courses to seven islands in the Caribbean. I think I pictured heat, flatland, brightly painted bungalows, and friendly people of all shades from golden to black.
I didn't know how they would feel about the Emmaus courses, but I expected lots of meetings in warm assembly buildings and and no opportunity to see a beach much less ...
... 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 ...
... ship and actually found a sun lounge by the pool devoid of the bodies usually anchored tight to these beds.
We sailed away from St John at 5.00 pm under the guidance of one of the female officers on the ship. The sun still shining and temperatures perfect.
After enjoying the Mexican buffet this evening followed by a show in the caberet, Stuey lies in perfect slumber beside me. His snoring signifies a day enjoyed and wine well drunk.
Tomorrow we arrive in Iles Des ...