Grand Pineapple Beach Antigua
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I’m finishing this on Tuesday afternoon. We’ve been to Barbados, St. Lucia, and Antigua since I started writing about our first two islands. Full days of riding mini busses and sailing catamarans left me without the energy to write much. Tomorrow should be a beach day on Nevis, a small island near St. Kitts. Today, after seeing a bit of Antigua we returned to the ship for lunch and a very long nap. I loved choosing sleeping over ...
... both merge together. And if you want to make yourself heard and put your point across you have to be forceful and loud. So two men start arguing as to whether Sir Vivian or other West Indian great Brian Lara was the greatest. This brings the bus driver plus an elderly lady and another man into the discussion. Now subtitles would have been very handy for the next 20 minutes with everyone concerned putting their point across and the volume rising. ...
... got half way round, passing various maintenance areas, the laundry, the water purification plant and the goods-in warehouse when it started heaving down with rain, so we only got half way and scooted back to the hotel by way of the causeway across the middle of the lake. I did the second half of the lake yesterday afternoon as Elaine was having a massage at the spa and the other two seemed comatose by the pool. I was also heartily ...
Our second shore day was on the Caribbean island of Antigua, part of the West Indies. We had nothing planned and decided to wing it with activities when we arrived on shore at the bay of St John's. There was the offer of a car and driver, or a taxi to a tourist beach called Dickinson’s Beach. However, we chose to hire a car ourselves and explore the island and hired a four door Toyota Echo for $110. Antigua is only 17 miles ...
... been here before. They are getting the hugs and kisses and warm welcomes and even had a bottle of sparkling wine in their room with a a hand written note saying "Elaine and David - Welcome Back" We had the bubbly too, but we've been here before, they haven't.
I began to worry about how sincere all the "welcome homes" really are. Do they really remember us, do they really care that we've come back? Or are we just a memo on some office ...