We Are Sailing: To Barbuda

Interestingly, Antigua and Barbuda used to be one whole island until floods/rising sea levels ended up separating them.

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Our transport from Antigua St John’s to Barbuda (you can also fly or sail by catamaran and sail boat).

The journey takes approx 90 minutes viaΒ Barbuda Express ferries

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Fresh fruit for sale on board
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Refreshing

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Keeping his eye on the ocean…
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Arrival in Barbuda
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Wild donkeys wander freely around the island, including these long narrow roads
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Views of the coast atlantic side of Barbuda’s coast
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Barbuda caves
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Off the beaten track

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From the eye of a cave

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Pink sand

 

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Time for lunch
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With plenty of ice cold drinks!

Barbuda feels like a deserted Island, very untouched and unspoilt by tourist trade.sam_0684

Barbuda feels like a deserted Island, very untouched and unspoilt by tourist trade.

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