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... an hour around Nelson's dockyard, I don't know why but I had expected to see maybe some old ships, maybe like Portsmouth at home, but apart from original buildings that had been restored and were being used for servicing yachts based there. I guess history has come full circle with tourism now providing Antigua with a major source of revenue and employment, the dockyard authorities have taken on a new dimension to create jobs for the youth of Antigua but still ...
... on going diving two days in a row. That plan seemed great, until my diving instructor provided very confusing directions on how to walk to our meeting spot in the morning that we ended up at completely different car parks…so diving did not happen that day but I got some great underwater impression the following day when we went on dives to The Pillars of Hercules and Nanton Point which were ...
... several elders and other leaders interested in using the Emmaus courses. After a two hour meeting they concluded, "This is what we want." Their three weeks of camp begins this Sunday, so they agreed to have a meeting July 26 to begin to organize things. Then they got Jim's Skype name so that they could include him in their meeting and later include him in training the people who will work with, promote, and grade courses in ...
... quite good and there are several restaurants on board, however, we have noticed that unless you book the wait can be 30 minutes or more. After pre dinner drinks are enjoyed I do find that is not such a good thing. Drinking on an empty stomach effects sea legs, particularly when you are a power drinker like Stuart!
The pool area although large is very crowded. It is almost impossible to find a sun lounge prior to 2pm. I suspect a lot ...
... things. There were some overdue roadworks taking place where my taxi driver informed me that the labourers were Cubans. If It's left to the locals "A road is fixed and den some a rain come and two car drive pon repair and de tarmac a gone.Cha!" Two cruise ships are in town and they dwarf the local harbour like giant monolithic blocks of flats on their sides. One of them carries 3300 passengers ...