Travel Blogs from Saint Martin

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A fantastic week of life, Grand Case, Saint Martin travel blog

A fantastic week of life

A travel blog entry by phoenixreilly

This week has been fantastic for life on the island. I have seen a plethora of moray eels - green and spotted. Including a GIANT green moray eel, a free swimming spotted moray eel, and a sleeping spotted moray eel. There has also been a lot of babies ...

St. Maarten, Philipsburg, Saint Martin travel blog

St. Maarten

A travel blog entry by tlvice

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The island is divided between two countries.  The southern portion, Sint Maarten, is Dutch.  The northern portion, Saint Martin, is French.  We did not go to the French side at all. With a full day of traveling to get to Barbados and two ...

PREPARATIFS !!!, Saint-martin-d'heres, France travel blog

PREPARATIFS !!!

A travel blog entry by damiencapo

Bonjour à tous, je prépare mon voyage en inde ou je compte partir environ 6 mois avec un sac à dos, chaque jour apprenant de nouveaux trucs et astuces pour paraitre moins bète une fois arrivé là-bas (éviter les boullettes culturelles) mais surtout ...

Jun 06, 2012, Saint Martin, Saint Martin travel blog

Jun 06, 2012

A travel blog entry by timemachine

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Hot, hot, hot, Saint Martin, Saint Martin travel blog

Hot, hot, hot

A travel blog entry by the-malones

Whilst everyone at home is feeling cold we are too hot here. We even had warm rain for a few seconds. We are one of three cruisers in port today the other two being huge blocks of flats full of happy Americans. On the water taxi to town one asked if I ...

Philipsburg, Saint Maarten, Philipsburg, Saint Martin travel blog

Philipsburg, Saint Maarten

A travel blog entry by amilespsu

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Spent the day doing a snorkeling excursion in the morning.  Water was murky and hard to see any fish but the beach was nice.  In the afternoon, walked along Front Street to do some shopping before heading back to the ship for dinner and to head ...

Day 26, Grand Case, Saint Martin travel blog

Day 26

A travel blog entry by beaverslog

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No bball at La Savane due to rain, so I put on my church clothes (hoping my nice flip flops would be acceptable becaues the only other shoes I had were New Balance, Nike, or Puma) and went Mary Star of the Sea, a two minute walk away.  The service ...

St Marteen, Saint Martin, Saint Martin travel blog

St Marteen

A travel blog entry by tompajan2

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St Maaren was our final stop. We went up early in the morning to have breakfast and after that we took a toru to a small fishing village where we went on a "glass bottom boat" or a "semi submarin" as they called it. The boat went out to a reef where all ...

Oh Canada, Marigot, Saint Martin travel blog

Oh Canada

A travel blog entry by kegibson

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                 A big change from the manicured setting of St. Barth's; it feels like we’re back in the Caribbean again. The boats are back to a proper scale, the buildings are ...

A Taste of Europe in the Caribbean... Literally, Marigot, Saint Martin travel blog

A Taste of Europe in the Caribbean... Literally

A travel blog entry by the_stamms

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... the Hurtados for lunch. One of the main things Chad was looking forward to on the cruise was an authentic, French lunch in St. Martin.  We took a look around the waterfront at some of the restaurants, and then decided to go back to La Belle Epoque ...

Life on the Island, Saint Martin, Saint Martin travel blog

Life on the Island

A travel blog entry by mikeanddyana

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For everyone in England with a car, you will know the stress of having to have it MOT'd once every year. For our friends in far flung places, MOT’d means having to have a government approved testing centre go over your car with a fine tooth comb ...

St. Maarten. On board our yacht!, Philipsburg, Saint Martin travel blog

St. Maarten. On board our yacht!

A travel blog entry by pdh61

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Morning packing routine completed and two cases left at Divi Little Bay Resort. We see Star Clipper in the marina for the first time from our resort. Spectacular. Taxi to the embarkation point at AC Whatey Marina. Check in our two bags and head off ...

Day 20 - La Gacilly – Le Guelin, Saint-Martin-sur-Oust, France travel blog

Day 20 - La Gacilly – Le Guelin

A travel blog entry by cust4

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... gave the girls a chance to sit at the table and catch up on their diaries and folders with their brochures in. Carried on to St Martin where we stopped for the day and Sue must have charmed the locals as an old French man stopped in his car, came on ...

My first trip to St. Martin, Grand Case, Saint Martin travel blog

My first trip to St. Martin

A travel blog entry by beaverslog

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I can think of worse places to spend my birthday, Grand Case, Saint Martin travel blog

I can think of worse places to spend my birthday

A travel blog entry by phoenixreilly

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3/9/14 I started my birthday celebrations today (since it was already my birthday in Australia!). I went for a lovely massage at a 5* resort on the island. Very nice! Then spent the rest of the afternoon chilling in the relaxation room, having a steam ...

And it just blew her away, Saint Martin, Saint Martin travel blog

And it just blew her away

A travel blog entry by mikeanddyana

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16th May. Another baking hot Sunday. A lazy start going to the supermarket and getting in a few things for breakfast and sitting on the patio eating. Lovely. Decided to go exploring, so took the small roller skate (Hyundi Prime) and off we went to an ...

Never Ever a Dull Moment With Us, Saint Martin, Saint Martin travel blog

Never Ever a Dull Moment With Us

A travel blog entry by mikeanddyana

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So there we were, driving happily along in traffic, through a one way system, following a large open back lorry when all of a sudden it hit a really thick wooden pole, giving it a 'glancing blow'. WOW! And other words nearly similar went through my mind ...

Ile De Rè, Ile De Rè, France travel blog

Ile De Rè

A travel blog entry by yellowbike

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Up at 7:30 – quick coffee then up the cycle shop on 1 motorbike. There by 8:10.  (peaked slightly early).  They were there by 8:30.  We approached the first guy to ask if they had any cycles for hire.  He opened up the garage ...

Oranges at half time....... por favor, Saint Martin, Saint Martin travel blog

Oranges at half time....... por favor

A travel blog entry by mikeanddyana

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Well, ‘world cup final’. The so called best protagonists of the beautiful game playing in what the media calls ‘soccer city’. Over here it’s all Dutch Orange and great hopes. We had reserved a table at a new beach bar ...

And then the chase was on!, Saint Martin, Saint Martin travel blog

And then the chase was on!

A travel blog entry by mikeanddyana

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We’ve been really busy out here on the island. Visitors have been arriving and it’s been wonderful to show them around and to get the feeling of where we’re staying. We absolutely love it. So much so that instead of paying rent every ...

From Solitude to Sapphire, Oyster Bay Beach Resort, Saint Martin travel blog

From Solitude to Sapphire

A travel blog entry by vershire

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As the morning blushed pink at 6am all rose to bask in the glory of another day in paradise. Slowly the day unfolded with coffee on the balcony and later cereal inside.  Everyone then decided to trek to the front desk to plan our week.  Once ...

ATV in St Martin, Philipsburg, Saint Martin travel blog

ATV in St Martin

A travel blog entry by nomadicguard

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Morning Relaxation, Terress Basses, Saint Martin travel blog

Morning Relaxation

A travel blog entry by djacobson

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From David - This morning started out cloudy and rainy.  It started out great with the pastries we bought yesterday and go into town, buy a couple of air mattresses for the pool, get Cassie some mosquito repellent (they like her soft, sweet skin ...

Nov 15, 2006, Saint Martin, Saint Martin travel blog

Nov 15, 2006

A travel blog entry by tiggerva

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Day 20, Grand Case, Saint Martin travel blog

Day 20

A travel blog entry by beaverslog

When I got to practice, Nikaidi was at the court, but not practicing.  I asked Robenson why and he replied “red flag” with big eyes.  I went over to talk to Nikaidi, who was hanging out with some other girls, talking, ...

Tec Diving, Grand Case, Saint Martin travel blog

Tec Diving

A travel blog entry by phoenixreilly

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I decided to process my diving into technical diving. This means I can go deeper and go longer. 12/08/14 - So yesterday Mark and I ran through the dry skills that I need to be 100% comfortable with so when we redo them today in the bay and again next ...

Day 11, Grand Case, Saint Martin travel blog

Day 11

A travel blog entry by beaverslog

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... and all the ladies speaking Spanish.  There is a good population of people from the Dominican Republic living in St. Martin – it’s such a melting pot here: people from neighboring islands like Guadalupe, Martinique and Jamaica, Europeans ...

Rush Hour On The Coastal Freeway, Philipsburg, Saint Martin travel blog

Rush Hour On The Coastal Freeway

A travel blog entry by traveladdicts

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... .  Today the island is split in half between France and the Netherlands Antilles.  Other than the island’s name (spelled Saint-Martin on the French half), both sides are quite unique.  As we arrived in Philipsburg, the capital, we ...

Return to the US Virgin Islands, Marigot Bay, Saint Martin travel blog

Return to the US Virgin Islands

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux

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... on the new dinghy are spaced differently than the old one. On March 21 we tended to a few more errands ashore and finally departed St. Martin for St. John at 2130 that evening.  Wind was ENE at 10-20 knots and we flew the Code 0 alone for the deep ...

Mar 19, 1999, St-Martin, Saint Martin travel blog

Mar 19, 1999

A travel blog entry by marcsworld

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