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I’m aware there is a weed problem across the Caribbean, but can anyone tell me how the beaches around the St James’s Club on Antigua are currently affected

I don’t think it’s too much of a problem you should be able to buy it almost anywhere.

LOL, I guessed someone would misinterpret my post!

Haven’t heard of any large amounts of seaweed anywhere on island for a while now. I would say that for the moment it’s unlikely there are any significant amounts anywhere, including St. James.

How can weed be a “problem”? If you don’t like to smoke it . DONT BUY ANY!

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