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... under a shady tree. None of us spoke for a while, then Mr Creosote said "I'm cancelling all my other tours, I can't do it in this heat, not with my spine and my knees." We smiled and nodded but didn't actually care very much what he did, as long as he did it as far away from us as possible.
Min and I had done a tour like this on one of our earlier trips to Antigua so there was nothing new for us but it was good for Lance to see quite a bit of the island and ...
... Beach. Headed to Jolly Harbor where we will provision for the trip to St Bartz and St Martin. Pam from Colorado leaves today. We have a couple from England joining tomorrow for a few days- sail to St Bartz and St Martin. Spent most of the afternoon hanging out at Sheer Rocks resort pool. The views from the Infiniti pools were ...
Oh, and I fell over today, well stumbled, well tripped. It was my own fault, and have a few slight scratches and a bruised side but I'm ok. But dear me everyone made such a fuss. Hundreds of people came out of nowhere, giving advice and trying to help me up. And for the rest of the day every hotel employee asked me "are you ok?'' The news that the fat bloke had fallen over had spread throughout the resort in no time.
... out a day or so ago). Grand final day – go figure. Mission accomplished at St John’s casino.
Then shopped for our reggae ****. Then got a taxi to Dickenson Beach, one of the 365 beaches in Antigua. It was fantastic. Postcard white sand beach with hotels and bars. We found a nice one for a couple of hours. It was hot, hot, hot, but the beer and cocktails were cold. As we were leaving a band was ...
... his reading immensely.
Mid week we had a 165 foot sailing vessel pull up beside us in the marina. The Lord Nelson is a pioneer in the sailing community because it is one of two ships built to enable people of all disabilities to sail. There were about 40 crew members paid to be on the ship and 10 full professional crew members. They set sail from Brazil and were heading up to Nova Scotia before returning to England. The total number days ...