Keyonna Beach

Turner's Beach, Johnson's Point, Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda, Caribbean | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Turner's Beach, Johnson's Point, is near Miramar Sailing, Museum of Antigua and Barbuda, Dutchman's Bay, and Vendor's Mall.
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    Travel Blogs from Johnson's Point

    Adventures in Antigua

    A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Jul 09, 2014

    ... we were off again to the northwestern part of the island were we would begin our kayak tour of the mangroves. We got to pick up and touch a sea cucumber and a blue jelly fish. Maya's sea cucumber "peed" on her kayak. From the mangroves the tour led us to a snorkel area. We finished up with a quick and easy hike up a hill were we could see the Atlantic and Caribbean ocean.

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    Antigua by 4 WD

    A travel blog entry by finnegan on Mar 12, 2014

    18 photos

    ... as Cannibals. The island was known as Wadadli until 1492 when Columbus sailed by and named it after Saint Maria de la Antigua. Eventually the English used the island as a colonial base for the Royal Navy until their independence in 1981. The current population is 85,000.

    We booked an excursion for a 4WD safari that explored Antigua's ...

    He's Big,He's Bad,He's Better Than His Dad.

    A travel blog entry by frazzle on Mar 03, 2014

    6 comments, 2 photos

    ... both merge together. And if you want to make yourself heard and put your point across you have to be forceful and loud. So two men start arguing as to whether Sir Vivian or other West Indian great Brian Lara was the greatest. This brings the bus driver plus an elderly lady and another man into the discussion. Now subtitles would have been very handy for the next 20 minutes with everyone concerned putting their point across and the volume rising. ...

    Jolly Harbour, Jolly Good Water, Jolly Interesting

    A travel blog entry by wendy60 on Feb 27, 2014

    12 photos

    ... be seen. Ha love learning something new!! The following night we sat and stared and wow, we saw it, the Emerald green flash,amazing!!! Craig went to Budget Marine (nothing cheap about a swindlery)to replace the lost fishing tackle,and came back with a wide grin on his face.... should never have given him the card!! He bought some heavy duty gear, what are we going to catch???? Quick test and hook over to be dutifully snatched of by something big, probably a Tarpon ...

    BBQS, Beaches and Beauties

    A travel blog entry by wendy60 on Feb 23, 2014

    7 photos

    ... dips. Happy days:) laughing at the Virgin Piña Colada (crushed ice with pineapple and coconut liqueur ) with..... A cherry on the top! Also a common drink is vodka ting or rum ting... Not Caribbean talk for thing !:) it's actually lilt, with the totally tropical flavour. Now you know what that ting is man.... Watched the organised chaos of many yachts gathering at the start for the RORC 600 , an offshore race around 11 islands, a Fastnet of the Caribbean. Quite a ...