We bought our home in 2006 because we loved its view of the Caribbean. Our main verandah, which covers the length of our house, looks west towards St. Johns harbor and the Caribbean Sea. This is the view we enjoy while we eat the food we prepared in class.
Our home has many things that eco-friendly people might enjoy… gardens where we grow a range of spices, vegetables and fruit, solar power, a compost for the leftover vegetable matter, recycling in the form of glasses we use and furniture that we’ve created from old wooden pallets (no kidding), rabbits and chickens for food, and large cisterns for collecting rain water.
Living In Antigua
We moved to Antigua in 2005 so that our two girls could grow up around their extended family. West Indian families can be a lot of fun for children… with many Aunts, Uncles, and cousins that fill a child’s life with love from all sides.
Our work keeps us with one foot in the States (Adam’s foot) and Nicole’s in the islands (with the classes).
Sun. Family. Food. It is a good life. We hope you can stop by…
NEW! A BnB with a Hilltop View of the Caribbean Sea
At the end of 2018, we decided to rent out our studio apartment as a BnB for those of you who might want to stay a bit longer, do a class or two, and enjoy the island sun. Please feel free to visit our Airbnb listing to find out more details or Contact Us directly at any time.