Grand Royal Antiguan Beach Resort
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... out because I could already feel the damage between my legs… OUCH!! Next on the agenda: a private catamaran cruise! Yep, my husband is spoiling me waaayy toooo much on this trip! We boarded a 62 foot cat and had it all to ourselves from 1 pm-5pm! The captain drove us to the middle of the teal blue Caribbean Sea and dropped the anchor for more fantastic snorkeling. It was called Paradise reef, and it was indeed paradise. We saw ...
... and one side of the island is covered in huge lava rocks. This land is very steep, useless for crop growing and after the emancipation of the slave trade, this land was 'kindly' donated to the now freed slaves. How kind of their government. The houses here are built on stilts over the fallen lava rocks, many of which could be seen from the road. The roads are steep and windy and the locals are all happy and friendly. Everyone we passed waved to us, one ...
... in San Francisco, but as we are not due to arrive there for quite some time yet, it seemed a bit premature. However. Day 10 A day at sea before we arrive in Aruba, the Dutch Antilles. At 7.30 am the wind was Force 4, sea slight and temperature 26C. It turned out to be hot on the open decks and also very humid, in contrast to our day in Antigua where, although very warm, was not humid at all. It remained warm during the evening and instead of using the main restaurant for ...
... 10/13 A busy few days with the decks having a quick scrub to get rid of all the dust and grit from the boatyard and the ropes slowly going back in place. The track all completed with new ball bearings, mast and rigging checked and washed whilst Eric up in the Bosuns chair. Saturday meant a trip into St Johns on the local bus to buy important provisions-new flip flops and a mouse for Erics MAC. What a happy man he is now! Sals presents were T Towels and ...
The ship docked at St.John, the capital of the pretty island of Antigua, which is also paired with the smaller island of Barbuda. Outside a man using water jets to fly over the water caused quite a stir. He made it look so easy and it certainly looked fun. We left the ship and were bussed over to the other side of the island to a beach where we were briefed about how to handle stingrays without harming them or ...