Going Green

Green Island that is.

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One of a couple of much smaller offshore islands surrounding Antigua, it’s uninhabited except for some birds and some very tame lizards.

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Leaving from Emerald Cove in the eastern section of the island, a motorboat ride got us there in about fifteen minutes.

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It was a beautiful day to be out on the water…

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…but I waited until I got closer to shore to get into it.

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Cruising is all well and good, but I was eager to get to my destination…

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….where beach activities abounded. There was volleyball…

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… And there was cricket

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… And there was doing nothing at all.

We look like we belong here…

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But here are a couple of the true local inhabitants…

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This lizard was kind enough to come into the light

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This one was happy to pose while we took a picture

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This soldier crab came out to play a little later

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But eventually we had to make our way back to the mainland- sea spray included.

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Laters.

 

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