Valley Creek Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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I'm finally starting to see tan lines! haha two days into our trip and it's finally happening, I'm hoping by end of week I'll be able to go to 15 sunblock rather than the 30 I'm using right now. Kids even have a tiny bit of colour as well.
Jimmy and I got to rent a sea doo and use it around the island. It was my first time on one and JImmy had used them before, he never prepared me for the speeds he would go on. I was so scared I think I peed my pants. ...
... rains storms throughout the day but even they were an experience in their own. There's something very emancipating about Antigua. It was extraordinary. We sunbathed and swam into early afternoon. However, when our first rain storm arrived we sought shelter in a nearby bar and I was to experience my first taste of Jerk Chicken. There aren't words strong enough to describe how phenomenal that tasted. Later once the weather had cheered up we returned to ...
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After fifteen minutes of bumping along poorly maintained roads and the ghetto like back streets of St Johns we arrived at Galley Bay Hotel. The driver got our bags out of the bus and for the first time smiled as he held his hand out for a tip. He then drove off, unsmiling again, with his final two passengers who were staying at a hotel about a mile away.
Checking in to the hotel was full of confusion. Firstly the ...
... feelings of – should I be doing this, have I made the right decision. The same decisions I get everytime I leave Australia. This time was different though. When I leave home the thoughts are always about leaving my family. But this time I was thinking that maybe I should stay and continue saving good money, which I can take home in a few months, settle down and buy a house….. haha, I’m glad I got on that plane, the thoughts didn’t last long.
... before reopening in 1961 and is now a National Park. I was slow warming up to the dockyard. Despite being a Park, it is mostly shops with just 1 or 2 museum sites. I didn't find the map we were given very useful. I was just about to leave when I noticed a reference on the map to Fort Berkeley and a trail leading to it from the dingy dock. Neither the fort nor the dingy dock were shown on the map ...