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... the beach – they came up from the old Viceroy Beach Club road and then drove down the sand a ways, then went back down the other road out to Meads Bay Road, thank heavens they did not drive any further on the beach. – one example of the “me” crowd that seems to have infiltrated Anguilla.
Tuesday night we were heading for the Pumphouse for dinner and we got to the corner of Meads Bay road and the Main road (Rendezvous) and this gal ...
I am slow to wake. Whether this is due to the slight listing of Allure as she is rocked by gentle swells or the after effects is last nights Margaritas is hard to tell. The morning coffee entices me into reality and I venture out onto the balcony as the island of St Maarten comes into view. We dock quickly and the gangways are lowered and people start to leave the ship. Well 2 at least. It seems no-one is in a hurry to get moving today. We shower and join ...
... least one picture. The guy handed me an English translation booklet, but if I wanted to read about the island, I know how to use a library. There were only a few artifacts and not nearly enough pictures. If you're into models, there are 4 models in the museum (1 boat and 3 buildings) that you might like. Beyond that, there's a video of still photographs of views of the island, but you could just go view them yourself. I was ...
... old fogies so we were immediately off to the bar at the back of the ship to see the departure. They were quite a talking point amongst a few of our lot. It's time to get ready now and head downstairs to the restaurant, 4 days in and we haven't made it yet so we are going to make the effort tonight. I believe it's Italian night so I will be able to manage that. Currently En Route to St Thomas in the US Virgin Islands for an early 7am dock. Keep warm peeps, until tomorrow, ...
Like most of the Caribbean Islands tourism is huge and we can understand why when we docked here- there were 6 cruise ships in port with 20,000+ passengers spilling into the town of Philipsburg with money to spend and shopping for duty free goods on the mind. OK ...