Kraig and I spent our Thanksgiving in Antigua visiting his parents. It was so nice to visit them. We hadn’t seen them since the day after our wedding which was over a year ago. We spent one day at Catherines Cafe Plage in English Harbour.
We spent another day at Curtain Bluff which ended up being the most beautiful day weather wise out of our trip. Make sure to order a rum punch here. This stuff sneaks up on you, so be careful.Afterwards, we went to Sheer Rocks to watch the sunset from the bar area.
We spent Thanksgiving day at Coconut Grove beach because it was close to where we were staying and we wanted to be close to home for the holiday.We actually had a proper Thanksgiving dinner while in Antigua which was very kind of Kraig’s parents to organize. The show stopper of the meal was a Coconut Pie that was made by a woman on island. I was a bit skeptical to eat Coconut flavored pie, but after one bite I became a coconut pie convert and lover.
Our last full day in Antigua was spent on a sail boat. I didn’t bring my camera because I was afraid of it getting wet and breaking it. It was fun cruising around the island to see it from a different point of view.
We’ll definitely be venturing back to Antigua at some point. Let me know what your favorite place in the Caribbean is! 🙂