ParadiseSTT at Sapphire Beach
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... installed on the Genoa Furler. I've also ordered the new batteries and they should be here and installed first thing in the morning also. Sadly whilst "Dave" was up on the hard stand in St Martin for the Hurricane Season they neglected to put a trickle charger onto the batteries as promised and the batteries were ruined as a result. We just haven't been able to get them to hold their charge since.
Should the windlass arrive on time tomorrow, we plan to leave ...
... passengers to clear customs. Seņior Frogs has a pool, music blaring and witty drinking signs alluring customers. You can even pick up free wi-fi from the dock…that is until a few hundred more cruisers pick up on the wi-fi and bog it down. The litter is picked up and a few hundred more stores are open to collect the tourism dollars.
We drank coffee at the buffet to wait for the lines to go down. ...
... a little late which resulted in us arriving back more than half an hour later than expected. We found a taxi to take us to the Downtown Shopping area which set us down near Emancipation Park. A quick round of the market area - soooo many bags … so much jewellery and quite a lot of larimar.
Then up the street and my usual routine - in and out of shops disappointing any one of a number of sales persons, one of ...
... of our walk there was something distinctly different
about St Thomas and we put our finger on it quite quickly. This is an American
owned Island and part of the United States Virgin Islands and, boy, does it
show. There was a "WENDY'S burger
bar on the first corner for one thing!
As we walked along the marina toward the town, people would stop and ask
us what we were looking for. In St
Maarten, the way the locals spoke ...
... talked so differently (apart from the obvious)! After that, we went to karoke for 18+, well the crowd was more like 60+ and there weren't any songs from 1978 onwards, except for Achy Breaky Heart. In fact, most of the songs were ...