Grand Pineapple Beach Antigua
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... so much… you guessed it- once we hit the powdery, white sand, he couldn’t resist. He dropped to the ground rolling over the lady’s leg and happily frolicked back and forth on his back! He reminded me so much of Riley! The English lady was a great sport about the whole thing, even though her leg was scraped up a bit. After the slow paced ride, anyone weighing under 200 pounds could take the horse on the beach for a gallop, but ...
... which is dried for at least a month on huge wooden drying beds before being removed by a very basic shaker contraption, then falling down to a circle of ladies on the ground floor who sort the good nuts from the bad, for bagging. Quite a lengthy, laborious process - which could explain why it (and other spices) are an expensive commodity. We then left the city (?) and headed for the hills. Trivial fact number seven - Grenada is very mountainous, was once ...
... Joseph picked us up slightly early, although we were ready, and we returned to St John's. Another ship had arrived in our absence, MSC Musica, and the town, which is small, was full of tourists. We wandered around for a while, taking in the colourful sights and the sounds and then made our way back to the ship. We had a very good day. We had a US Customs declaration form delivered to our cabin later that evening to be completed within a couple of days in preparation for ...
23/10/13 An early start as not only was Ellisa on the move but so were we. Due to still having lots to do on deck and below we decided to hire a villa for another week so we could ensure Ellisa is ship shape before moving on board. Ellisa in the cradle and last minute anti fouling done where the stands had been before she was whisked away for her splash. All went well and she looks very at home on her own pier. All 3 of us having a little drink tonight on the ...
... land we are offered complimentary drinks a rum punch not much punch and plenty of rum! Donald takes us back to our bay and we walk to Nelson's dockyard. The only remaining Victorian British dockyard still in use today. Plenty of shops and chandlers. i find a USB memory stick. Back to the boat and afternoon clocksies on the tropical bar deck. Dinner just the 3 of us this evening. We watch the crews talent show which is great ...