Kings Landing Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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On the way to Grenada we plotted our course which went smack bang through the middle of Kick em Jenny. Not thinking anything of it, as no one seems to. We did wonder why the cat that was by us and changed course, thinking it was going elsewhere, turned up and were pointing fingers at us! We thought they'd seen us trying to pull in the two enormous fish, which incidentally was over the volcano area. This is what we heard on the news and radio net. July27,2015 ...
We are about 24 hours into our sail to Antigua. The open water sunset followed by the moon rise was spectacular. When the moon comes ionizer the horizon it initially looks like a sunrise. Full moon on the open ocean surrounded by dark-blue water and whitecaps is amazing. My midnight to 3:00 am shift went well with no events. Swells were 8 to 10 feet with the occasional larger wave. Getting sleep and on ...
Spent the night anchored in Carriacou.. Showered and shaved on the swim platform. Went into Carriacou for a few last minute items before setting sail. Stopped at Sandy island for snorkeling in an underwater preserve. Early dinner before setting sail at 4:00 pm headed for Antigua.. Be in Antigua in 3 days. I'll probably be out of coverage to send any updates for a few days.. If there is coverage I'll update with a picture of my first open ocean ...
... paying double overtime to customs to clear,as it was a bank holiday on the day we arrived, all of which we never said! As Craig tried on his charm, she broke into a giggle and grin... I'm bemused?? She laughed and said Craig looked like a WWE WRESTLER:) The Beast ( Brock Lensar) and our little dilemma soon forgotten as she loves wrestling!!! Papers and passports stamped and next step customs. I found a recipe for mosquito repellant from the Grenada ...
... Well... It was up the steepest concrete road I've ever seen, my chin was scraping the floor in front, my calves burning with the unnatural stretch, my lungs bursting with oxygen debt, I could have done with an oxygen mask. Luckily I'd taken cold water! At the top there were assorted houses, all poor looking but colourful and tidy, the locals hanging out on verandas in chairs or hammocks and dogs running everywhere, tagging onto our heels and ...