Grand Pineapple Beach Antigua
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... 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 ...
... loads of people, staff and guests, passed by and every one felt duty bound to stop and chat, and every conversation was the same.
"Are you fishing?"
"Have you caught anything?"
"Oh, well, keep trying."
"We will" Hollow laughter.
One chap stopped and showed us a picture of a fish he had caught in the lake the previous day. It was a 26 pound Snook. This apparently is impressive. Well he was impressed ...
... this was a very caribbean affair, chaotic in a very laid back way. There were supposed to be six models, including two boys, but only two girls turned out. They did their best, but amongst all the smiles and quick changes it had the look of a pantomime quick-change routine. And the girl doing the presentation was mechanical and over rehearsed. But it was a diversion during our Fruit Chantilly Shortbread dessert.
... sound. It was a very noisy way to see parts of the island but great fun too! And, damn was I dirty!
We were dropped off at the cruise terminal so I just had time to buy some tat, and what a classy piece this time, and then off for a shower.
... the way there.I arrived there just in time to be the third person on the first tour of the morning. The guides gave us a brief introduction. They explained how to do “The Stingray Shuffle” so that we don't accidentally step on stingrays that are under the sand, feeding. The stingrays are all tame and accustomed to people, so we won't be startling them just by being there, and there is a limit to what they can do with ...