Antigua and Barbuda: Island Guide

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Other Places Publishing, 2008 - Travel - 151 pages
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This formidable compilation is the result of firsthand experience and over two years of research. The Antigua & Barbuda Island Guide provides insightful information that allows visitors to feel like locals while enjoying the indisputable beauty of this Caribbean nation. GAIN INSIGHT - Behind those long stretches of white sand beach and turquoise colored water is a vibrant culture all its own. Get an insightful look at Antigua & Barbuda's history, culture, environment, politics, and people. TOUR THE TWIN-ISLANDS - With 8 detailed maps and resources for getting around, let the Antigua & Barbuda Island Guide steer you in the right direction while keeping you informed on everything the island has to offer. EAT OUT - An exhaustive dining guide highlights those hidden spots where locals go to dine and points out internationally acclaimed restaurants. FIND ACCOMMODATIONS - From first class resorts to hilltop villas to deserted beachfront cabins, Antigua & Barbuda has it all when it comes to finding a place to stay (you just have to know where to look). ARRANGE ACTIVITIES - Are you dreaming about landing that big marlin? Or wanting to search for sunken treasure off Barbuda's coast? How about chartering your own private yacht for the day? It's all here waiting for you.

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Antigua Barbuda
The Basics 34
Tours and Sights 49
Southeast 70
North Side 90
Activities 97
Eating 104
Drinking Nightlife 117
Barbuda 130

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About the author (2008)

After graduating college and landing an unfulfilling desk job, Christopher set off for the Peace Corps in hopes of an adventure. He would spend the next two years living and working on Antigua and Barbuda while exploring everything the Caribbean nation has to offer. After his service, he continued to live on Antigua where he began to research and write this book. He now lives and writes in Washington, DC, yet continues to travel to the Caribbean.

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