Rosewood Jumby Bay
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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After dinner, we scurried over to the Vista Lounge to see a comedy magic show featuring Scott Alexander. He was very good--did a lot of different magic tricks from ones I've seen before and kept us laughing.
After his performance, we went back to the room and watched The 100 Foot Journey--we both liked it and even managed to stay awake until the end, which is saying something after a hard day of activities and wine. ...
Chef Annie Copps led our culinary discovery tour. First we went to the market to learn about all the unusual local produce. We saw: Sour sap. Mani apple. Orange inside, 1or 2 pits Custard apple Sapodilla. Like brown sugar. Tamarind pods, some sweet some sour Christophine. Grate in salad. Turmeric. Superfood. Dasheen Cassava Tannia Cassie - smells like dirty socks, tastes sawdust and bad taste. Make the kids eat it. Rucu. Use the ...
... and shout at them. It took twenty minutes just to get through to a human and then I began "your website clearly states that I do not need to tell you when I am going abroad, that I can use my card anywhere in the world. But last year in Florida and again now in Antigua you have declined a payment and blocked my card. It's embarrassing and stupid of you to do that."
The indian chap on the other end was effusively apologetic and explained ...
... drove us off in a speedboat across to a small white sand bank full of wild stingrays which was very intimating at first but after holding and feeding them, they became very welcoming and the added bonus of seeing them underwater with our snorkels. We even saw a barracuda down there. Afterwards we got the boat back and sunbathed on their land with free tropical rum and reggae music in the background. My favourite moment ...
... 7 knots so arrived in time to see the sunset. Felt like we were home again! Weather not as expected so waves were pushing us so close to shore so we had to up anchor and move out at about 10pm so we could rest easily! Not to be, the waves continued all night and no sleep for Sal as boat rolled and lurched all night - should have had some of Eric's wine! Next day, admin done we went for fuel, water and goodies then headed out ...