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... that Antigua advertises 365 beaches,one for every day of the year, decided that instead of snorkeling we will go to historic Nelson's Dockyard.
After breakfast we went ashore and got a cab to the Dockyard.
Nelson's Dockyard is the world's only Gregorian dockyard still in use. English Harbour is landlocked which was a great advantage to the British navy and they began using ...
... harbour from the 18th century barracks and gun emplacements.
Our final stop was at Nelson's Dockyard a fascinating Georgian harbour where one could visit the museum and learn about the life of the dockyard and Admiral Lord Nelson himself. We chose to enjoy a drink instead at the Copper and lumber store hotel which had a beautiful view over the harbour to where the really idle rich live with their impressive ...
... 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 ...
... clear sea. A first no sight of any rays just a variety of tropical fish flitting about. Then one of the guides stands up with an armful of ray.... The female rays are twice the size of the male, but all were very friendly especially if you had a handful of squid. Great fun feeding them and plenty of time to swim around. Soon there were many rays crowding around us, brushing us with big gentle wings. Back at the centre there are strong rum punches waiting for ...
... Bird Island navigating in between the coral reefs, it was windy and the snorkeling wasn’t good as the water was cloudy with all the sand being stirred up. No houses in sight, just a bout 5 islands and the other 5 boats in the anchorage
14/2 My birthday dawned and we sailed the 5 miles and tried to anchor off the 2nd town of Antigua (Parham) but in the strong winds we kept dragging anchor so we moved over to the ...