The Admiral's Inn
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... for an hour topped with filling our faces with French chocolate. We were greeted with an early morning Christmas dinghy visit from s/v Rafiki with cookies in hand. To recipicate we handed them my homemade Spicy Peanut Sauce. We hopped on our dinghy and continued to hand out gifts to our buddy boats.
In the afternoon we all met on a nearby beach in Jolly Harbor to share in the holiday festivities. A friendly ...
... rainforest section of the island. We checked into the tour and got our safety harness and instructions before heading out to our first zip line. I thought the kids might be a little nervous about the height but not today. They were all smiles from ear to ear and full of excitement. In fact, on the longest zip line Tyler was fist pumping the entire way while Maya was yelling "Whoo hoo" for the full length of the course. The kids showed no fear when we had to ...
Nelson's Dockyard- How Cool! So much of the history of the Caribbean revolves around Spain's, Portugal's, France's, England's and Holland's tug of war for control over the islands, their riches, slavery and the sugar trade. Nelson's Dockyard on Antigua was the home base for England's fleet. Today ...
With a heavy sad heart we learn today of the murder of Roger. We cannot believe it. We only met Margaret and Roger for such a brief few days but such an impression they left in our journey as probably we did in theirs. In Lanzarote , we showed them to Lidel, and all the local chandleries. got lost and walked and walked for ages.. Hours. Margaret so kind and caring, chatting on. Talking about the forthcoming Atlantic crossing. ...
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Our Barrie friends leave today so we met up for drinks at Crow's Nest last night. They had an amazing live band tons of people dancing and I'm glad we went. It was also champagne night. Which means the champagne bottles were only $14 USD!!!!!!!!! We couldn't pass up the chance so we ordered a bottle. Jimmy who never barely drinks ended up sharing a bottle with me, poor guy was pretty drunk after ...