Sandals Grande Antigua Resort & Spa
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... on the rocks immediately below us. And, the food was good. We shared ceviche and a seared tuna. It was a great way to end our day. Strolling, we passed some humorous graffiti and walked across the floating bridge as the afternoon sun illuminated those Amsterdam-like buildings along the canal. As we left the port, we could see both the area where we had had our lunch and the refineries that are a major part of Curacao’s ...
... day sunning ourselves on the grassy banks with Billy,whilst Ken took to the shade,as the action unfolded. We saw sense in the end and took cover in the shade as the game drew to its conclusion. So we packed up our flag that I know lots of you have seen and headed into town with Russ and David to celebrate. So today is a late start and into town for some retail therapy. By the way it has been flaming hot here the whole time. Wish you were ...
... with a young (obviously just married) couple, having some sort of sexual congress in the pool.
There was not much to see around the lake, the odd flitting sight of a bird, and a good deal of honking and whistling. I did notice a sign which said "no guests beyond this point". Unfortunately this was at the end of the road which David and I had come out of the other day, so we had obviously wandered into the dark side of ...
... which says "been here before", and a bit like the mix up with our names and room bookings, have got confused because of the four of us on the booking, two of us have been before and two of us haven't.
I know I probably should not worry about this, but I am concerned that all the joyful welcomes I'm seeing is just a front, fake and unreal and really this is just a business trying to make money and one of the things they are selling is sincerity.
After a fab few days we return to Ellisa who was all well despite us leaving a hatch open and it raining lots! Early morning breakfast with the crane before we headed out to anchor. We bumped into some other cruisers we had seen in Guadeloupe, who did not leave when we did and turns out they had lots of bad weather and a wet Xmas day! Flooding in Dominica also left several dead so good job we headed North when we did. Our first Happy Hour in the Crows nest and we ...