Fort St James, Dickenson beaches and the North Coast.
The north coast of Antigua is not devoid of interest, even though for those based in Falmouth it is quite a long way away, involving 60 ks plus rides.
Fort St James is well worth a vist (as well as Russell's restaurant here). Riding from here towards Dickenson’s beach takes you along a narrow sand spit separating the murky lagoon from the sea, a pleasant seaside ride on a small road with little traffic.
Beyond Dickenson's bay you can cycle around the north coast, through upper end (in the social sense) residential areas. It is not greatly exciting, but a pleasant ride in gentrified neighbourhoods. Signs of the economic downturns can be seen all over, with a high proportion of villas shut down, neglected or seemingly abandoned.
Going round the North Coast you will end up by the airport; going round the runway on the north eastern side will eventually bring you back on the Parham road, from where you can return to Falmouth via Willoughby or All Saints.
Pootling around the northern end