Sandpiper Reef Resort
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We finally gave up and went to the bar. David actually looked like he had enjoyed himself. "It's so relaxing" he said. Is it? He is a very odd fellow.
We have just one more full day here before we head home and the "End of Holiday" blues is kicking in, for me anyway.
It's lovely being in the heat and being thoroughly spoiled but that just makes the thought of coming home to the cold and miserable UK very hard.
... the shower "You haven't trod on it, have you?" Asked Min. "I didn't see it."
So to all my other failings you can now add cute crab murderer.
We are getting used to our fellow hotel guests, and there's a right collection here, I can tell you. They roughly split into the two usual groups you find on Caribbean holidays, the "Newly Wed" and the "Nearly Dead". The four of us fall into the latter ...
... ship, and hit the road again.
I left Antigua in the Eastern Caribbean on the 17th of Jan 2013. It never gets easier saying goodbye…. Although I realize I will probably never catch up with more than 90% of the crew on ACE again, that I said goodbye to that day, I really hope that isn’t the case and we can all party together again sometime soon. Maybe they will come celebrate my 30th...
On the way to the airport I had ...
The noise of the bow thrusters wake us up temporarily. When we wake we are in Philipsburg harbour our forward and bow springs creaking as the ship heaves against the pier. The ship by 0700hrs is a hive of activity. It is disembarkation day and everyone is leaving the ship bar a few luck ones who are staying another week. my morning ritual coffee run is far from my normal peaceful journey as the restaurant is full and for once I am not the only one ...
... every time. The greek salad had just the right level of spice and just the right amount of fresh basil to feel refreshing. The salad had a perfect balsamic dressing that was just the right consistency, jut the right amount of creamy, just the right amount of tangy, and didn't come apart. The local delicacy, fried bread, was just the right amount of chewy, fluffy and moist on the inside. The cheesecake was melt-in your mouth ...
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