Buckle up, we're in for a busy day!
Thanks again for reading!
Yum,I think I might have to try Artisan. I've heard good things from several people. Fun, busy day.
To this "dame de certain age" I find your myriad excursions exhausting. Bless you all.
It recalls the days (middle 1980's) when we also used to traverse all these wild and rough AXA explorations with glee. Now a good beach reading book and a view of the glorious Maundays Bay tickles me more these waning days of my life. I call us "the watchers" and youze guys "the doers".
It's fun for a change to watch all the exciting new places you seem to dig up that we ourselves have missed through the years.
Thanks for your continuing armchair excursion.
Great pictures, thank you for sharing! I've never been to Limestone Bay but looks beautiful... will have to add to my itinerary for next time :)
Another great read, thanks again for sharing. Where were you on SBE with the blue chairs/red umbrella's, is that Maderiaman? Looking forward to Artisan (and many others) on the East End!
I have loved following your families adventures.
Will pass on the kayak - I don't think my husband will get in one with me ever again after I bashed him on the head with every stroke when we tried it in Mauritius (ever since anytime he forgets anything he blames it on the concussion I inflicted with my paddle).
Loved your photos of SBE - wow - the colour of that water was just fabulous.
We have vowed to try to resist sand gravity a bit more on our trip this summer and do a bit more exploring (but we haven't made any promises).
It cheers my evening to sit with a glass of wine and read your posts - thank you.
Mstvl, I hope you do try Artisan. I would go back for that passion fruit liquor alone.
Pepper, I have to admit it was a bit exhausting for me too. Traveling is a different bag with teenagers in tow. I look forward to trying out the "watcher" perspective some day. Although like horselady I'll still have to find a long beach to walk daily.
roc, someone on the Anguilla Facebook page posted pictures of Limestone, and the water looked calm and swimmable. Not so when we were there-- it was downright frightening. I was so relieved no one got washed away!
Susan, those chairs were right in front of Uncle Ernie's.
iluv, that was it for me for kayaking. Been there, done that, luckily survived that too! As for those pictures, I just found them last night on our GoPro. I have yet to see what else is on it. Exciting!
Again, thanks for reading. I truly appreciate it.
Have always wanted to see Limestone Bay, but have not made it there, sand gravity sets in and that's it for the day.
Thanks for sharing Kyla, wonderful as usual.
I love your pictures! What a great return to paradise you had.
You really do understand how people relax on the island after a few days. Have really enjoyed your family vacations as you really pack in a lot.
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