The day of our trip, my girlfriend was ill, so Elmo & I embarked on our tour alone...Elmo is a wonderful guide, passionate about his island & its history & very personable! I really enjoyed seeing Betty's Hope & reading about the sugar cane industry that once dominated the island of Antigua. I do hope that with more funding that the museum will be able to expand & a small replica of the farm can be made. We stopped at Devil's Bridge, a beautiful rock formation on the Atlantic coast! On our way, we came to a stray dog, whose "owner" had left by the side of the road & taken a ride with a friend. After much coaxing, I was able to pick up the dog, out of a mud puddle no less,& take him into our vehicle, & then drive a few miles down the road to where the dog lives! I was so glad Elmo loves dogs like I do & wanted to keep him safe from other cars! We returned to my resort so I could change out of muddy clothes & wipe down his car seats, then continued on our journey. Nelsons Dockyard was quiet, being low season, though I wish I would have known that you can hike out to Fort Berkley...so if interested, bring appropriate shoes & ask for an extended time there! We stopped for a taste of black pineapple at a road stand. Delicious!! In St. John, instead of shopping, I went into the local pharmacy to take a peak.... I am a pharmacist in the U.S., so always interested in foreign pharmacies! I brought home a garlic,fenugreek, anise, ginger, cayenne, basil, cinnamon, cloves, lemon grass & brown sugar syrup, used for high blood pressure, circulation & cholesterol among other things! We stopped at a local restaurant off the beaten track for lunch. The owner was very accommodating to my gluten free eating! We didn't stop at Shirley Heights as I had been there for the Sunday night sunset celebration. We did stop by the beach & I did take a short swim! It was a wonderful day! I would highly recommend a tour with Elmo to see the island!