Siboney Beach Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... it's been keeping him up for the last 2 nights so if he isn't sleeping neither are we. Poor kid. A few hours ago he developed a high fever, I felt so bad for him :( He was refusing all liquids, drugs anything he wouldn't take anything from us we had to buy a syringe and force the meds down to bring down his fever. It worked finally and he's been sleeping soundly since 6pm. Fever gone!
Today from 5:30-7pm they had ...
... note peep that they let out. Even in unison it was a bit disappointing.
Having convinced these birds we had nothing edible to give them, we carried on our walk around the lake (although they followed us around for some time before we shook them off) and saw some golden plovers, some Caribbean Moorhens (as stupid looking as the English ones) and quite a few other creatures which ...
Elaine thought she had Rory Bremner sitting in front of her, and when we looked, sure enough it was him. He seemed very figity and didn't seem to be able to sit still for very long.
The flight was 4,093 miles and took 8 hours and 57 minutes. It was about 4.30pm in Antigua (4 hours behind London), hot (27c) but a bit cloudy, and it was great to be back.
We got through passport control and customs with the usual Cairbbean mix ...
Walked thru the shops. Bought Reid a shirt and shorts set and sunburn gel at the pharmacy. Of course had to stop for a couple of beers. We asked about a taxi trip around the island, for a private trip they wanted $100 but if we went with a group it would have been $23 to $25 depended on the guy you talked to. Decided not to see more rain forest trees ...
... stingrays. It was very cool. (Pictures will be posted soon.)
After a while, we got to snorkel the area. One of the guys on the tour didn't seem to get the concept that you're supposed to stay off the ground when you snorkel, and he was kicking up a lot of the seabed. The water was very calm and salty, so it actually took very little effort to stay afloat, if you actually tried. The reef wasn't that great as reefs go. It seemed ...