Dian Bay Resort & Spa
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... to being himself (thankfully!). We still need to give him penicillin for the next week or so but otherwise he's acting happy. As precautionary though, we're keeping him indoors all day. Jimmy and I took turns, I went to the beach with Kai alone this morning and after lunch, it was Jimmy's turn to go to the beach with him. Luckily matteo is an easy child, just give him puzzles or a tablet and he'll be entertained all ...
... loungers. But the highlight of the afternoon was yet to come... Jet skiing. We were offered Jet ski's at the price of $40 for half an hour and originally I wasn't interested but when we were told the boundaries that we could take them and the thought of being able to explore a little really excited me and before I knew it I was reaching for my wallet. We spent 30 minutes in pure exhilarating heaven. The sights were more beautiful than any I've ...
... just a little late and actually arrived in Antigua a few minutes early.
We were flying in an Airbus 330-333 (3 cabins, economy, premium economy and upper class) which is a small-ish plane, which was not full carrying just 160 passengers and crew. The upper class cabin is completely different to the old Boeing 747. There's a lot more of upper class seats, but they are crammed together. I found my space very cramped and could not really ...
... rim of the Grand Canyon with Wendy, so not a raw beginner.
We stopped for a water break half way and I was instantly high fived by James who said I was pushing him 'real hard' and he said I was a good rider. Woohoo! Then the tail end guide came ...
... me more of the roads on the peninsula in St. Kitts. They are gravelly, when they're paved at all. They're full of potholes, which after rain means little ponds for the car to splash through. The width of the road varies. It's the kind of drive best left to more rugged vehicles, but one that I've done in ****** old cars plenty of times.
I got to the point where the sign said “Devil's Bridge” and walked around a bit. I ...