The Inn at English Harbour
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Inn at English Harbour
The Inn was a fantastic choice with a great setting nestled between English Harbour and Shirley Heights, two of the island's main attractions. It is intimate yet spacious. The beach restaurant serves a fantastic breakfast overlooking the bay. The food is great and fresh and the Italian Manager makes sure there is always some italian twist in the menue. There is plenty to do outside of sunbathing, with two tenniscourts, seakayaks and snorkeling gear available at no charge during daytime. A boat service is run to bring guests over to english harbour at their convenience. It was a little bit of paradise.
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... for deeper water. Once we set the sails and adjusted our course northwards, we were cutting through the water at 11 knots with wind and tide at our stern. By nightfall, Recife was a handful of twinkling lights on the horizon: by the next morning, we had lost sight of land completely, and would not see it again for two weeks. Life on board a ship takes some adjusting to, but I can easily see why people 'run away to sea'. Within a 24 period, I was woken ...
... Steve on the helm and Max and I looking out for rocks as there were shallow reefs all around.
We cruised past many amazing sites including a restored Nelsons Dockyard, just like the original back in the days of colonial empire. Houses speckled across the hilly landscape, good anchorages left and right. We passed by them all until we ended up as far back as the water allowed. We anchored and started preparing the boat for Caribbean island ...
Our second shore day was on the Caribbean island of Antigua, part of the West Indies. We had nothing planned and decided to wing it with activities when we arrived on shore at the bay of St John's. There was the offer of a car and driver, or a taxi to a tourist beach called Dickinson’s Beach. However, we chose to hire a car ourselves and explore the island and hired a four door Toyota Echo for $110. Antigua is only 17 miles ...
... an interlude with the Hurdies - who would be proud of our rum drinking here). So it's farewell to the lobster, the cocktails, the blue skies, the daily greetings of how you all doing Mrs Morgan, Mr Morgan.. The buggy rides up to the Cove restaurant where Ruby befriended the manager with her hysterical (overtired!) don't go there girlfriend antics and spontaneous dancing at the table!
Bye bye Antigua, Harvey here we come, the dream is over.......back to reality.
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LUCY............Well we are still in Falmouth Harbour due to high winds. It has also rained a lot which I'm sure you'll all be pleased to hear!!! It's warm rain though so not too bad but when a squall comes thorough you know about it. Yesterday it rained so hard and the wind was so strong I thought the Anchor chain was going to break and I was going to be found drifting out to sea while Tim was ashore!! I wasn't being a ...