14 December 2010

Views From Antigua

My favorite church in Antigua, old, still used and lovingly kept.

English Harbour where I lived for 2 1/2 years. It has an historic Georgian Dock Yard and many visiting boats in the winter, currently including the Maltese Falcon, the world's largest sail boat. In juxta position to the above church, it's an intriguing, sleek, futuristic looking thing.

The little cottage at Crossroads where I've been staying for the last 5 1/2 weeks and for 3 1/2 more days (but whose counting?) until I go to Trinidad wherein waits my husband, daughter, son-in-law and the grands. Oh joy, oh bliss! Let the holidays begin.


  1. I love those bougainvillea flowers, the warmth and tropicality of all the pictures sure looks attractive as I look out on our wind and rain...

  2. You have certainly had some wonderful views on this leg of your journey!!!!

  3. Yes,it's time to reunite with family, especially since Christmas awaits.

    Happy Holidays.

  4. I know how much you must be looking forward to joining your family to celebrate the holidays. 5-1/2 weeks is a long time to be separated from your husband. Have a wonderful Christmas, my friend.

  5. DJan, The bougainvillea are everywhere on Crossroads property and in so many lovely colors.
    Nanny, That is the truth! It's a serene, healilng environment.
    Rosaria, I can hardly wait. And Happy Days to you and your family. Enjoy!
    Patti, Your comment inspired today's post. And joy to you, my friend.


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