L'Habitation De Lonvilliers
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... like it.
This was undoubtedly one of the most thrilling things I have ever done in my life; and I'm really
pleased I did it. Would I do it again?..... Funny you should ask, I might just happen to be busy on that day...... having my hair done..... or my nails buffed...... or.......
There could be a thousand reasons why I would not do it again. But what a fantastic feeling
while up there. I would recommend everyone to give it a try. At least
... the graceful Seabourn Spirit arrive into port followed an hour later by another cruise ship which is an enormous vessel that has all the grace of a floating block of flats.
As we're preparing to leave St. Maarten later today, we agreed that the locals really do know how to look after tourists - great food, wonderful service and beautiful people with fabulous Jamaican accents 'marn'!
... next to her) and said conspiratorially "This is my special shirt. My pirate shirt. I always wear it on pirate nights. It's real linen, you know."
"You are a complete nutter. You know that, don't you?" I did not reply. I just smiled and nodded and hoped the meal would end soon.
This morning the ship finally docked at St Maarten. It's a tiny, hilly island with one small town. We decided not to get off the ship. You can have trips around the island but ...
... and to be quite blunt about it, in comparison to the other local bands, they were sub standard... so... we simply left. As far as we were concerned, life is too short to listen to rubbish. So having had a brilliant evening on the beach, walked home.
We were then asked to be in a TV documentary. Now, that’s something we’ve never been in. So this is what it’s all about. An American woman married a Canadian man and found a job on the island. ...
... filming in a hired car. I’m sure he wouldn’t use his own for this sort of stuff. Especially on roads so full of pot holes. So after we spoke to him for ten minutes or so had a picture taken with him while still standing behind the
concrete wall. Did this just in case one of the film crew took it into their minds to try the same stunt, and I’m not sure if they even had driving licences. So we were taking no chances.
So, for all of you who ...