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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 ...
So Friday morning we were up early and off to the cricket taking our place on the grassy banks that count as a stand at the ground. It's named after local hero and all time cricket great Sir Vivian Richards who had a huge bronze statue of himself unveiled on the Wednesday night. And during the interval 3 more sons of the island were knighted on the outfield in a laviish ceremony. Arise Sir Currtley Ambrose,Richie Ric******* and Andy Roberts. It made ...
... But we had seen lots of staff and no one said anything.
All four of us attended the "regulars" dinner at Ismay's restaurant on Friday night. The meal was excellent and the restaurant is very nice, so much so that we booked to go there on Saturday for their "fine dining" experience.
Three managers "mingled" with the guests during the "regulars" dinner. We had a young female reservations manager at our end of ...
Another day another island. Docked next to another of the giant human container ships. Taking a trip to go swimming with stingrays. A drive across the island with commentary from our driver, Romeo. Not a lot to see, no agriculture, no scenery, just a few very worn cricket pitches and some goats. The trip was well organised with good snorkel equipment supplied. A short but very bumpy boat ride out to a a shallow bank. A pier anchored with steps down into ...
... by the Antiguan police choir singing Xmas carols - very pleasant voices but would not want to meet them in the dark! Plans a foot for New Year and then we will set sail for St Martin - maybe direct or maybe via St Kitts depending on wind direction. Seas still quite large but should be behind us on next leg so not so wet. Note to self - not going to party on boat anchored behind us that appears to gave taken up residence in the bay and entertains till early hours in the ...
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