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... Her name was Nola, she was a showgirl, she had flowers in her hair and her dress cut down to there... No hang on, I've gone all "Barry Manilow" again. Her name was indeed Nola, but she was the reservations manager, her job being to fit people into the right rooms and the right time.
She was lovely and chatty and noted all our suggestions including providing a guest "paid for" laundry, extending the shop and putting ...
... thought they were being clever by digging out our details from our previous visits and partially filling in the registration form for us, but somehow they managed to get me in the same room as my sister and David in the same room as Min. We managed to sort it out and were quickly taken to our rooms.
Elaine and David seem to like the hotel a lot. It certainly is an oasis of calm, the food is excellent, the drinks plentiful and the surroundings ...
... side of the beach we were anchored on, we only saw anyone on the beach when a party Catamaran went up the beach and the 40 people onboard had a few hours on Barbuda.
16/2 we moved back down the coast to a 6 mile long beach and anchored behind another reef off the beach at Cocoa Pt between 2 hotels ( a mile apart) One was abandoned and the other was an exclusive resort with its own airfield. The snorkeling here was excellent on the ...
... trailheads, and I bet the trails would have been fun to hike with somebody.
One of the cool natural things to see is what I'm going to call an “Aparagus tree,” due to my botanical ignorance. This tree is like nothing I've ever seen before in my life, but it wasn't rare in this area. It is tall, thin, and green, reminding me of an asparagus spear. It has no branches anywhere except the top. At the top, there is a plume of ...
... of the islands, Paul and Linda were hoping that the weather during their visit would allow us to make the transit to Barbuda and/or the north coast of Antigua. The weather forecast was for imperfect, but reasonable conditions that would gradually improve if we could tolerate the initial night’s journey. Forecast wind speed was ideal at 10-15 knots, but the E to SE wind direction meant it would be upwind all the way, and we could experience ...
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