Sandals Grande Antigua Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSandals Grande Antigua Resort & Spa St. John's
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... decide to go back, we know to bring all the necessities. Except alcohol, that's pretty cheap down here thankfully! We went to the store around 830am and the sun was already scorching at a 30 celcius. WOW. This definitely meant we better not stay in the sun between peak hours, the last thing we need is to be sunburnt.
The beach is paradise honestly it's not crowded at all ...
... picture). In case you can't read it, the sign says (among other things) "The West Indian Whistling Duck is nocturnal (active at night) and feeds mostly in the evenings. The birds are mostly seen at dusk.." So you get the point that you won't see them during the day. Well, it's obvious that the ducks have not read this sign, for even whilst we were reading the sign, at 11am in bright sunshine, ...
... later arrived at Gatwick.
Elaine and David had already checked their bags in and were settled in the hotel when we arrived. After all that trauma we had a nice meal and in the morning dropped the cars off, got through security without massive delays, and finally got to the departure gate. It was here we were told there would be a short delay as the cabin crew had got themselves locked in the crew room. Hollow laughter ensued.
But we ...
... It was also on a turtle super highway and turtles were surfacing on either side of us every few minutes or so, we must have seen 30 in less than an hour.
17/2 We had a cracking sail with the wind on the beam back to Jolly Harbour, to check out of Antigua and then anchored in mosquito cove outside the harbour.
18/2 we got up at 0600 for the 50 mile sail over to the beautiful island of Nevis, but that’s for the next blog
bye for ...
... t have to interrupt myself to go to the airport). I've heard that “Liat” stands for “Late If AT all,” and it was true. Without any announcements about a delay, we boarded after the scheduled departure time. The plane was empty- I think there were 6 people on it- so we all got our own space. In addition, the plane was pretty old- I don't think the seats were rearranged since before ...