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... or so before I head off to Grenada. My word their security is odd! I was not allowed to take my open can of sprite (that I bought in the airport, after security) out onto the Tarmac with me to board the plane. But when we land in Antigua we are just vaguely directed to the airport building and left to wander wherever we want. The walk from the plane to the building and back again was a good 10 minutes. Yes that's right I got off the ...
... and restaurants were wonderful.
After a lovely breakfast with one of my son's friends from college, we checked out and headed to the ship. Windstar is one of my favorite cruise lines. Small ships that use sail power when possible. The Windsurf is the largest of the fleet and holds 300 passengers. As the captain , who talks over the intercom a but too much for my taste (or as ...
... on the beach, no troublemakers, and beautiful weather. HOT! Saw Andrea (from Mangos) at Ocean Echo and she said it was the hottest day of the year. We were thinking about going over to Jacala for lunch - I love the watermelon and goat cheese salad, but 3 boats from SXM pulled up and unloaded a bunch of people - so we scratched that plan, opting instead for our patio and quiche and sliced tomatoes, which was just as good. Jacques does a good business with people from ...
dancing competition. Each team had five minutes to work out some sort of routine. It was going to be judges on its merit; how together they all were, and anything else the judges could think of. The only problem was that the teams would not know what the music was going to be until they were 'on stage’. And then have to adapt their version of the dance to the music. If you could find a costume to wear, you’d receive more points. And that was all ...
... they get close to the end of the bottle like we'd do in the states, they figure out how much shampoo they need for the year, save up for it, and then buy it all in St. Maarten once and hope it lasts the whole year. In addition to filling the barrels with non perishables (diapers, laundry detergent, cake mix), people had coolers and cooler bags of frozen meat, carry-on bags of who-knows-what, and all sorts of Christmas presents. This also explains ...