Antigua & Barbuda

Country number:
108
Territory number:
117
“That the native does not like the tourist is not hard to explain. For every native of every place is a potential tourist, and every tourist is a native of somewhere. Every native everywhere lives a life of overwhelming and crushing banality and boredom and desperation and depression, and every deed, good and bad, is an attempt to forget this."
Jamaica Kincaid, A Small Place

Tales from Antigua & Barbuda

Barbuda - the Beautiful Bird Island - Island Hopping 4

Barbuda is not what I expected. It's an odd island to place. It’s definitely not cheap. Cottages like mine are the economic way to...
Barbuda is not what I expected. It's an odd island to place. It’s definitely not cheap. Cottages like mine are the economic way to visit.
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Antigua - Beaches Galore and a Singles Break

Antigua is a country of beguiling bays and is reckoned to have 365 beaches- we’ve been here before..
Antigua is a country of beguiling bays and is reckoned to have 365 beaches- we’ve been here before..
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Antigua and Barbuda, Land of 365 Beaches - in a Nutshell

Mount Obama is the highest point of Antigua and Barbuda. The name was changed from Boogy Peak , when it was renamed after Barack...
Mount Obama is the highest point of Antigua and Barbuda. The name was changed from Boogy Peak , when it was renamed after Barack Obama
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Tall Ship Caribbean Cruising in the Leeward and Windward Islands - A Beach a Day Part 2

One of the three tallest ships sailing the Seven Seas, let alone the Caribbean. It's all very - well, nautical. Brass and wood with...
One of the three tallest ships sailing the Seven Seas, let alone the Caribbean. It's all very - well, nautical. Brass and wood with navy and gilt upholstery, and lots of knots.
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Montserrat - Flying in by Helicopter - A Singles Break 2

 I hop on a helicopter to Montserrat  for the day and marvel at the volcanic ash and the buried villages and other buildings.
 I hop on a helicopter to Montserrat  for the day and marvel at the volcanic ash and the buried villages and other buildings.
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