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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from St. John's
... on the rash vest and board shorts, and grabbing our snorkels, it was time to enter the water. It was at this point that the failure of some people’s listening skills became apparent. One of the key instructions we were given was to climb down all four steps of the ladder and gently put our feet on the sand (just in case there was a stingray nearby). A couple of people went down a step or two but then decided to jump the rest of the way. Very naughty. As soon as we got ...
... island. A bus that will literally reverse back a long way to check and see if you need a lift. Couple this with a cheap way to see other parts of the island and you are on to a winner! Not only this but the rides are exciting.
Riding on the bus through the interior of the island you get to see a wide range of colourful houses which are reasonably well built. Some of the houses look a little worse ...
... I think I got a picture of a humming bird:) So after a fabulous time in Barbuda we made our way back to Jolly Harbour to restock. A great sail and the joy of seeing an enormous humpback whale propel at least 16 ft out of the water and cause the biggest bellyflop splash I've ever seen, suspended animation has made my day!! Wow:) Swung past Sandals Dickinson Bay Antigua to check out where we nearly thought about getting married. Stunning but our choice of Sri Lanka and Maldives beat it hands ...
... sampler from South Africa. It was only $8 USD for 4 wine tasters (2 white and 2 red) so affordable!!
After walking around some more we grabbed a bus back to the resort and went straight to the beach after picking up kids from their nap.
Tonight was the meet n' greet again (it's held weekly on Monday evenings). We didn't meet any interesting couples but the twins were the highlight of the night ...
... created a feast for Christmas Eve dinner, giving me the afternoon off. The next morning Chris, Jordan, and I prepared brunch and dinner, starting the day off right with mimosas. That night we exchanged our secret Santa gifts, possibly the funniest moment since I joined the yacht. The girls had also arranged several games we played outside in various pairs of two, quite possible the second funniest moment of the boat.