Valley Creek Hotel
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After looking around Nelsons Dockyard, sail and boat house all steeped in fantastic history and thinking of the days when the British fleet anchored and built their defences. The Forts around English Harbour and Falmouth Harbour predominant to the eye. What an interesting location! We heard there was a Fish Friday night at the Copper and Lumber on the Dockyard and thought it would be a perfect valentine supper.We'd met two couples earlier, Paul and Sue ...
The tour was supposed to last one and a half hours, but with a break for a long rain shower (the others all found a security hut to hide in whilst I had to lurk under a palm tree) and Curt answering all the questions being thrown at him we were actually gone for nearly two and half hours.
It was a very good tour, but exhausting and when I got back I just collapsed on the sun bed.
This morning David persuaded me to go fishing. ...
... I wasn't too sure of myself. The water was beautiful blue and warm, the sand underfoot was a bit gritty though and we weren't allowed to wear shoes. Any way the ride back was a bit drier. Back on land we had as much rum punch as we wanted, trouble is one rum punch is more than enough for me. There was another lady in our party, Lord knows how many she had but she wanted to live in Antigua with the mini bus driver. We bought the photo and the ...
... They were obviously "second time arounders" being middle aged, and there was lots of oo-ing and coo-ing, and photographs and false smiles. Depressing.
Last night the entertainment was Curtly Ambrose and his band, "Spirited". Curlty used to be a top West Indian cricketer, but now in his fifties he is a cricket commentator and also has his skiffle band in which he plays the bass guitar. They played ...
... from the top deck into the crystal blue waters below. One more easy night on anchor off the northern coast of Martinique and we arrived at Marin, Martinique with plenty more time to relax before getting back to work. A sleepy summer town but we made the most of our time here. The language barrier here proved to be the most difficult of all the French territories as most locals speak French first with a little broken Spanish second, with not a care in ...