Day 12: Jerk Chicken And Rasta Vibes
Posted: Sun, Jul 19, 2015
Location: English Harbour, Antigua
The day began with a slow morning which started at 7:30 AM. To start it off we had a sail chat which lasted for almost two hours. During the sail chat we learned several variations of knots and learned different types of sound and light signals. Then after that we had our free time which led to lunch. After lunch the whole crew had a tour of Nelson’s Dockyard, the place where Offline is currently docked. It wasn’t very long but it was very informative on the history of the dock. As soon as that was finished, as a group we all went to the fort by the entrance of the dockyard, which was a great experience. When we came back to the boat we got ready for dinner at Shirley Heights.When we arrived we had the most delicious jerk chicken and hot dogs.During that time there was also a band playing some great relaxing music; it was an experience to remember. When we returned, we simply relaxed.