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... pull our hand/foot out of their mouth, but instead to enjoy the suction as they will eventually spit you out because you don’t taste nice. Briefing over, it was time to sign our lives away and get on our boats for the trip out to where our slimy yet muscular friends like to hang out. The boat ride out was good, the sun was out, there were no waves and we got to zoom along like we were on a secret mission. We arrived at the mooring/pontoon within about 10 minutes and ...
In total we spent about four days in Antigua. in some of this time we took a bus ride across the island to the capital of St. Johns. A bus ride on the island is not to be missed. One of the most fun elements of being in the islands. Imagine a minibus with seats which fold down to form complete rows of seats. People having to get up and off the bus to let people out. Air conditioning provided by breakneck speeds ...
... were even higher so we quickly left that area to go to the less popular streets. We ended up buying two CDs from a guy playing music on the side of some little street, one is soca music, the other one steel drum sounds.
We stopped for lunch at a place called C&C wine bar. It was delish!!! I had one of Antigua's specialties - coconut shrimp (my new obsession) and I had a Carib beer and then tried ...
... it here. Also Redonda and far across Antigua to Willoughby Bay. The jerk chicken was tasty but we descended to the quieter realms of sanity and a mount gay sundowner!! Lovely chatting on about future plans and learning from those who've been and done. A little thing we bought on the road to Falmouth Harbour from a great happy hippy lady was a silk parachute material hammock in blue and turquoise. Watch this blog for pics getting in and out!!!! Should be ...
... the first two days I had made friends with bartenders at several of the local bars along with a group of locals that showed us the non-touristy parts of the island. We were told about swimming with the sting rays (incredibly touristy, but so worth it) that we did on my day off. They were huge, reminding me of how cats rub up against your legs.
We spend the holidays here before heading to another island for the New Years guest trip. ...