Dian Bay Resort & Spa
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... but they are almost all colourful! Along the entire route plaques display political promises and you get a feeling of election time. There is only red vs blue here.
St Johns is a sprawling but small city. Walking around saw lots of different shops and a clear cruise ship affect near the terminal port. Here there were many upmarket shops selling higher value goods to westerners. We found an impressive ...
... were last week and everyone wanted to talk to them. Kai was handing out hugs to everyone. My parents won a free breakfast at the local pub and they gave it to us so we're going to try it out on Wednesday.
Tonight we went for fish n' chips. It's a double decker bus that's been converted into a little restaurant. LOVED IT!
Well everyone is in bed and I'm going to hit the sack as well been a long ...
... a tour of Montserrat so they won't be back until dinnertime so today was really our first day completely alone with no help. So far so good though it would have been a lot more fun for the four of us to go down to the beach together, oh well.
There are so many tours and things to do here it's a shame we didn't budget for so many activies and with Matteo being sick it was out of the question to do anythign for a ...
The theory was that if I swam in the sea the salt water would be good for my scabby bum. Well, I resisted the notion for as long as I could, but under the pressure of insistence from the other three I eventually gave it. The first time just Dave and I went in. I had brought with me a pair of trainers for just such an eventuality and wore them into the sea, but they became water and sand logged almost immediately and it felt like I was wearing concrete boots.
We arrived in St John's, Antigua at 0800; our third stop. Today is a beautiful, warm and sunny day; a little different from the rainy, overcast conditions we had yesterday in Philipsburg, St Maarten. Antigua is a beautiful island. Our overnight travel was a short 104 nautical miles from Philipsburg, St Maarten for a total of 1187 nautical miles travelled to date. Only one other ship (Costa Luminosa) is in port with us today.
We slept ...