The Admiral's Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... people and after the deed was done the tot club had a tot of Pussers and read out of the ancient almanac they had. I was invited to join them in the rituals, albeit bemused! There was a mention of not only my birthday but also one of the members! Not forgetting to say happy birthday to Dutch Anna and Wendy of Silver Slipper in Grenada!! So that just leaves New Year... Once again on the green, although a lot later starting, we decided to have a siesta so us old people would make ...
... we begin the countdown until Canada, and then home. It doesn't feel like three weeks has gone, nor do I feel like I want to leave the ship, but truths are truths and I guess we have to face up to reality at sone point. A couple of watchleaders suggested that I hop ship whilst in Antigua and find employment on a tall ship here: were it not for the ever-growing shadow of mid-September and university, there would be very little at this point stopping me from doing just ...
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 ...
... I watched on the flight over, reappear with much clarity. Excellent movie I might add but full of cruelty and sadness, much of what happened on the land under our feet.
After the big F250 delivered us back to the small town of Cruz Bay we walked until Stuart demanded cold beer as his tourist persona deserted him.A cute little restaurant was found overlooking the water, ice cold local beer drunk and a light lunch consumed. These weary travellers then caught the tender back ...
Set sail early for English Harbour, the past lair and hideaway of Nelson. A lively sail. S.E and gusty, hitting 11 knots with the main sail and I jib. Half way and a pod of half a dozen or more pilot whales were effortlessly humping and lolloping across our tail!!! They were amazingly graceful for their size and paying no attention to us only 20 ft away. We came into Freemans ...