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MSC Cruises commits to Antigua despite boycottMSC Cruises commits to Antigua despite boycott

Other cruise lines have dropped calls at the island
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Where to Eat in Antigua Guatemala – and More!

This post Where to Eat in Antigua Guatemala – and More! appeared first on The Professional Hobo. When a sailor friend ( on whose boat I lived for a while in the Caribbean) sent me a message asking where my traveling hat was currently parked, I wrote back “Guatemala! I’m currently in Antigua. It’s gorgeous.” “I don’t get it,” he replied. “Where are you – Antigua, or Guatemala? You just said you were in both.” Written like a true sailor, his version of Antigua is a Caribbean island. But if you go...
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A beach a day: Antigua boasts a year's worth of sunny spots

365 beaches, one for every day of the year. It's a motto that's used repeatedly in Antigua, but there's way more than sun and sand to soak up on this Caribbean island.
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Carnival Cancels Cruise Visits to Antigua

If you’ve been getting excited about your upcoming Carnival cruise that included a visit to the southern Caribbean island of… The post Carnival Cancels Cruise Visits to Antigua appeared first on Cruise Maven.
Tags: Travel, Caribbean, Cruise News, Antigua


Carnival abruptly pulls Antigua from cruise itinerariesCarnival abruptly pulls Antigua from cruise itineraries

Move comes after island's Prime Minister criticised cruise industry
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Best waterfront bars in the world

Whether you’re overlooking a pristine, tropical beach or the glittering skyline of a booming metropolis, there’s something special about enjoying cocktail hour on the water. Oceans, lakes, and rivers bring us a sense of calm, especially if we’re relishing the view with an icy beverage in hand. From a cocktail bar situated on the beach of a Spanish Mediterranean village to a towering lounge overlooking New York City, these are some of the most stunning waterfront bars in the world. Veronica’...
Tags: Travel, California, New York City, Bars, Spain, Chicago, Sydney, Alinea, Manhattan, John, Lake Tahoe, Brooklyn Bridge, Mediterranean, Antigua, All, Atlantic Ocean


Perfect: Glad to Be Unhappy

In September 1959, guitarist Jim Hall and alto saxophonist Paul Desmond teamed up to record the first in a series of six albums together. The first was called First Place Again (Warner Bros.). The duo was backed by bassist Percy Heath and drummer Connie Kay—two-thirds of the Modern Jazz Quartet. When Desmond and Hall shifted to RCA, they released Desmond Blue (1962), Two of a Mind (1962) with Gerry Mulligan, Take Ten (1963), Bossa Antigua (1964) and Easy Living (1966). All are superb recording...
Tags: Spotify, Boston, Jazz, Hall, Antigua, Desmond, PAUL, Kay, Jim, Paul Desmond, Jane Hall, Gerry Mulligan, Horace Silver, Jim Hall, Marc Myers, Oscar Pettiford


Michelle Lee becomes first Australian woman to cross ocean solo in a rowboat

46-year-old rower, who spent 68 days in the Atlantic Ocean before landing in Antigua, says she doesn’t want to be alone again Michelle Lee wanted to prove her independence when she set out to become the first Australian woman to cross an ocean solo in a rowboat.But on landing in the Caribbean after 68 days alone in the Atlantic Ocean, the 46-year-old decided she doesn’t want to be alone again. Continue reading...
Tags: Australia news, Sydney, Sailing, Caribbean, Antigua and Barbuda, Rowing, Antigua, Atlantic Ocean, Michelle Lee


As American Shrinks at JFK’s Terminal 8, British Airways Moves In to Fill the Void

When American finished building its opulent Terminal 8 complex at New York’s JFK Airport in 2007, there were already plans to expand. What the airline didn’t predict back then is that the expansion would hardly be needed. American has done nothing but shrink at JFK, and that has created opportunity for smaller partners to move in. There has long been one partner, however, that makes the most sense for co-location, but until now that hasn’t been possible. Fortunately, there is now a plan in p...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Florida, New York, London, Washington, Toronto, Chicago, Paris, Miami, Jfk, Ba, Jetblue, Caribbean, British Airways, American


Jason Holder is not Bill Lumbergh

Jason Holder (via Windies Cricket YouTube) When we named Jason Holder Lord Megachief of Gold 2018 earlier this year, we said that the three Tests against England would give us more of a sense of the true scale and scope of Jasonholderness. In the first Test at Bridgetown, he hit an unbeaten 202 from number eight and the West Indies won. In Antigua, he took five wickets and the West Indies won. In the third Test, he was banned and the West Indies played less well and got bea...
Tags: England, Sex, West Indies, England cricket news, Antigua, BRIDGETOWN, Jason Holder, Windies, Bill Lumbergh, Windies Cricket YouTube, Jason Holder Lord Megachief, Bill Lumbergh Bill Lumbergh, Lumbergh Jason Holder


Most romantic cities in the world

It’s time to end the City of Love’s monopoly on romance. It’s not that Paris hasn’t earned its reputation as a couples magnet; it’s just that the world is full of cities that could have been designed by Cupid himself, and it’s about time they get the recognition they deserve. Between major metropolises that have been overlooked by honeymooners for far too long and small, storybook cities that’ll make anyone go full-on soppy, these romantic destinations are perfect for lovebirds. 1. Mostar, B...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Danube, Budapest, Chile, Paris, West Bank, Cape Town, Pacific, Cupid, Central America, Romantic Trips, Table Mountain, Antigua, Osaka, All


Antigua pitch receives demerit point in wake of Windies series win

Sanction confirmed by match referee Jeff Crowe in the wake of three-day contest at Sir Vivian Richards Ground
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Antigua pitch faces ICC sanction in wake of Windies series win

West Indies are braced for the possibility of another ICC sanction ahead of the final Test of the series against England
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Second Test notes: Root Maths - The Head of the Snake; Holder's Ban

The parsing of a player's stats in order to sustain a particular argument about their game has a name of quite longstanding: Root Maths. It generally fails because it assumes that stats are somehow infallible as well as immutable, when the truth is that they are as open to interpretation as a Jonny Bairstow straight drive.But after the Antigua Test, when Joe Root's batting average as captain - 1,954 runs at 42.47 - fell more than ten runs behind his average when he's not - 4,594 at 52.80 - the u...
Tags: England, Sex, India, Root, Pakistan, New Zealand, Smith, Joe Root, St Lucia, West Indies, Anderson, Jonny Bairstow, Glenn Mcgrath, Tom Westley, Antigua, Kohli


India says jeweller Mehul Choksi still a citizen, pushing for Antigua extradition

Fugitive jeweller Mehul Choksi, a main defendant in India's largest bank fraud case, is still an Indian citizen despite holding an Antigua and Barbuda passport, an Indian official told Reuters, adding the government is pushing for his extradition.
Tags: Money, India, businessNews, Antigua, Reuters, BARBUDA, Mehul Choksi


Windies in mourning as Alzarri Joseph's mother dies on morning of third day in Antigua

Fast bowler warms up with team-mates despite sudden bereavement
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The best places to travel in March

March, for many, is the best month of the year. It’s the month when the perpetual freeze of winter moves away, slowly making room for sunshine, flowers, and all that happy stuff you dream about when snow’s literally blocking your front door. It’s also the month that brings us spring break, spring training, and festivals with burning statues, throwing paint, and Aussies jumping in a river. And then there’s that holiday on the 17th where everybody is suddenly Irish and nobody goes back to work ...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Florida, Australia, California, Washington, Virginia, India, Angels, America, Qatar, Nepal, Idaho, Arizona, Cambodia, Royals


England in West Indies: Hosts take 85-run lead on second day of second Test

England endure a frustrating day in Antigua as West Indies build an 85-run first-innings lead on day two of the second Test.
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England frustrated as patient West Indies build significant lead

England endure a frustrating day in Antigua as West Indies build an 85-run first-innings lead on the second day of the second Test.
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West Indies win toss, bowl against England in Antigua Test

England trail West Indies 1-0 in the series as 2nd Test gets underway
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'I would understand if I was dropped for Antigua Test' - Ben Foakes

Huge pressure on keeper as England look to balance their side following first-Test thumping
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Walking in the Caribbean: sun, sea … and treks

With its gorgeous coastlines, lush interiors and volcanic peaks, the Caribbean is now a hot ticket for hikers, too – as our writer finds in Antigua and MontserratRendezvous Bay is billed as Montserrat’s only white-sand beach; all the others are volcanic black. When we reached it, the secluded cove was deserted. We followed huge, tractor-like tracks left in the sand by green turtles, and floated in the warm, crystal-clear water as pelicans dived for sprats overhead. Then we dried off – and pulled...
Tags: Travel, Life and style, Caribbean, Walking Holidays, Caribbean Holidays, North And Central America Holidays, Antigua, Antigua And Barbuda Holidays, Montserrat, Montserrat holidays, MontserratRendezvous Bay, Barbados Continue


How to visit Guatemala post eruption

The old town of Antigua in Guatemala, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is prone to natural disasters. It’s been the scene of earthquakes, floods, avalanches, and volcanic eruptions for centuries. Its unsafe location even lead to its demotion from the capital of the country in the 18th century — it was replaced by Guatemala City, the current capital. Volcán de Fuego, an extremely active volcano, sits less than 10 miles east of Antigua. On June 3, 2018, its eruption killed 194 people and left hund...
Tags: Travel, Dyson, Guatemala, Pacific, Antigua, All, Unesco World Heritage, Guatemala Travel, Fuego, Travelers, Guatemala City, Castillo, Fuego Volcano, Lucy Brown, Volcán de Fuego, La Trinidad


Antigua and Barbuda instead of St Maarten due to forecasted adverse weather Tropical storm

As we were not expecting to be in Antigua and Barbuda today we had nothing planned at all.We did get off the ship though and had a really nice wander around the town.This was the first time off the ship for 6 days and it was nice to be on firm gro
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Antigua Gautemala

Puerto Quetzal is the entrance to Antigua founded in 1552 served as the seat of government in the captaincy general of Guatemala for ove 200 years before being destroyed by a series of earth quakes in 1773. Antiqua is famous for it's unique Spanish Mudeja
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5 of the Best Rehab Centers Around the World

Overcoming drug or alcohol addiction and getting clean and sober is a difficult process, but it’s absolutely worthwhile. If you’re considering going to rehab, you’re likely setting yourself up for success. Detoxification and rehabilitation treatment centers offer medical supervision, guidance, and support in a safe, secure setting. On the other hand, going “cold turkey” on your own can be a dangerous way to get clean. Why not give yourself the very best treatment money can buy? Check out this li...
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Here’s to a New Year & a New Start in 2019

I won’t be sad to see 2018 leave. It’s been a rough year. For the country. For mental health advocates. For the public mental health system in America. And for me personally. I’m not sure where to begin. But I’m pretty certain where this will end. When every day becomes a chore, and every morning a challenge to wake up to, you know you’re at your wit’s end. 2018 was a lot like that for me. Despite the joys — such as celebrating my 15th wedding anniversary with my wife back in Antigua — it was...
Tags: Psychology, America, Grief And Loss, Antigua, Holiday Coping, PAUL, Parkinson, Pope Gregory, Paul my Dad


We’ve been warned about drones but can we prevent another Gatwick?

After the travel chaos of last week, experts are divided on how best to effectively counter the airborne menaceWaiting at the airport in Antigua on Friday evening with her 10-year-old son, Shemar, Shemika Simon must have wondered whether she would ever make it to Britain in time to spend Christmas with her family. Earlier in the week, Gatwick airport, her intended destination, had been plunged into chaos by the sighting of a drone hovering near its runway. Its reappearance on Friday did not bode...
Tags: Travel, UK News, Britain, Air transport, Gatwick, Gatwick Airport, Antigua, Simon, Drones (non-military, Shemar Shemika Simon


Anticipaton in Antigua

On Wednesday morning we rrived into Puerto Quetzal about 9am.This is the gateway to Guatemala for most ships and cargo.. Our included tour today was to be 6 hours in length so we were prepared for a long bus ride before reaching our destinat
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Courtney Wildin: Leukaemia diagnosis for Coalville's Antigua and Barbuda defender

Courtney Wildin, a non-league defender who plays internationally for Antigua and Barbuda, is diagnosed with leukaemia.
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