Nonsuch Bay Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... phase, new islands came thick and fast once we entered the Carribean. There is something quite unique - or rather, quite loony - about the amount of excitement a speck on the horizon, more often than not a ship, can spark. Binoculars are sought, speculations made as to its destination, the watch officer notified and the radar consulted, before it glimmers out of sight, and we settle back down to our long stare out over the water: a game of who blinks first ...
... interior. We traveled along Fig Tree Drive where we didn't see any figs, but bananas. We saw pineapple fields and mango groves. Our tour ended at Turner's Beach with time to swim and taste the "mamie fruit" or Antigua's small black pineapple.
Our ship was docked at Heritage Quay. Dee and I shopped and had a Wadadli beer at the B-Hive Sports Bar.
... of the sun due to the pair of them being as white as a milk bottles Ken's ginger complexion not helping. England tried to throw the game away for the second time running but staggered across the line. So we headed off to their hotel for some free ale before catching a local bus back into town around 11pm where the driver luckily then went into taxi mode and dropped us home. Touch. Anyway enough of this rambling were off to the beach. Wish you were ...
... as we filled our water tanks, we set course for Deep Bay. We cruised past Five Islands, the Barrel of Beef and Hawksbill Rock( you couldn't make these names up!!) and into Deep Bay a pretty anchorage with a wreck of a cargo ship Andes which sank at the beginning of the 19th century. We swam out to it and it was eerie to see, lots of big and small resident fish in their own underwater world. Couldn't help thinking of 'Jaws' at this point!! Craig sat and made ...
... glasses haha.
Since it was our last day on the beach, we decided to stay on the beach to watch the sundown. Normally around 5 we head back to the apartment to get the kids bathed and fed so this time we bit the bullet and hoped they wouldn't freak out staying a bit later (until 6 when sun went down). They did pretty good and we got to see a great sundown as you'll see from the photos.
Jimmy and I were going ...