To rack or not to rack...

Cabana BoyCabana Boy Posts: 400Registered Users
that is the question? Should I keep the webbie avatar or is it time to trade it in?
Fortune favors the bold.
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  • bouncebounce Posts: 297Registered Users
    You gotta keep it dude. By the way, can we chat Antigua quickly? Not to totally hijack your thread, but well, I"m going to. So, do you remember anything about Antigua? I just booked something called the "Antigua Adventure" - we've heard great things about it and it's really the only big excursion we plan to take the whole trip.

    This guy, Eli, who grew up in Antigua takes you out on his 52 foot speed boat, 3 separate snorkeling trips, drive around all day from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., provides lunch on a deserted island, go into some caves and stuff, and then serves cocktails for the latter part of the afternoon. Only 10 people go.
  • Cabana BoyCabana Boy Posts: 400Registered Users
    We went on the Jolly Roger Pirate Ship http://www.antigua-barbuda.org/jolly-roger/index.html Talk about an awesome time. They load you up with rum punch the entire trip. I think they stop at three different places. You get to walk the plank and swing off the rope swing. You bond with everyone on that boat. We ended up partying with almost everyone on it until the end of the cruise. Good Times!

    I'm not sure about the snorkeling, but the island is beautiful. I don't know if they offer snuba, but inquire into it. It's a cross between scuba and snorkeling. The air tank floats on a raft above you. You have about twenty feet of air hose available. This lets you go down pretty deep without worrying about lugging the tank on your back. Either way you are going to have a great time.
    Fortune favors the bold.
  • bouncebounce Posts: 297Registered Users
    Hmmmmmmm, that sounds fun too. I think we'll probably snuba somehwere else - Antigua is already a full day. But we do plan to check it out for sure.

    What were your favorite islands? It's funny, after doing some research, the islands I knew the least about are turning out to be the most interesting, like St. Maarten, for example. I've heard great things about it.
  • SystemSystem Posts: 39,060 Administrator
    tobago is known for excellent snorkeling


    I think the curlies would appreciate Cabana Boy's rack in a NC pink tank top much more than mine. Whaddya say?
  • Cabana BoyCabana Boy Posts: 400Registered Users
    St. Maarten was my favorite island out of all of them. It was the friendliest and most fun. Did lots of shopping and then hung out most of the day at Orient beach. They have para-sailing, jet skis and all types of fun water things to do. The island natives also leave you alone. On the other islands they seemed to bother you more. You know like, would you like to buy this and can I show you that.
    Fortune favors the bold.
  • brooklybrookly Posts: 32Registered Users
    I think the curlies would appreciate Cabana Boy's rack in a NC pink tank top much more than mine. Whaddya say?

    :afro:afro.gif hahahaha!
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  • NetGNetG Posts: 8,116Registered Users
    I think the curlies would appreciate Cabana Boy's rack in a NC pink tank top much more than mine. Whaddya say?

    Woohoo!

    Especially now that we all know he's a hottie!
    The pews never miss a sermon but that doesn't get them one step closer to Heaven.
    -Speckla

    But at least the pews never attend yoga!

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