Allamanda Beach Club
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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From the beautiful Saints Islands, we sailed to Guadeloupe, and finally dropped anchor in the bay of Deshaies, this was after initially passing it by as I had planned that the north of the Island was where we could stop for a while. This turned out to be wrong as it was full of coral reefs, which we thought we could negotiate on the navigation system, but as we progressed, the channel became smaller and shallower, so finally I decided that this was not for ...
... new chef Nick is a wonderful addition; he moved to Anguilla from Las Vegas and was the chef at Koal Keel prior to joining Straw Hat. He is really good – another guy who gets up early and stays up late and takes pride in his work. Peter and Anne have built a winning team - Armel and Doris are a lot of fun, and we always have a great time visiting with everyone.
I had the pumpkin soup, it was the best I have ever had, so rich and sweet and slightly thick, ...
... scent. Peter gets a question correct and wins a small bottle of massage oil. We are then left to peruse their wares and purchase 2 small bottles of aftershave. We then head to a small Restaurant right on the beach called La Timon for a cookery demonstration by their chef called Devon (I think). He picks a few helpers from our group to rustle up some delights such as Citrus Sweet & Sour Shrimp and Banana Flambé which we all get to taste. We ...
... before I moved to St. Kitts or even during the early part of my time here. Eventually, the lady and I got talking and she was telling me all sorts of stories about how St. Kitts was 20 years ago before she moved to St. Maarten. She was extremely friendly and also gave me a few tips on what to see and do in Marigot.I got off the bus at Marigot, and following her advice, went down to the pier area. Marigot was dead. There were a few shops on the way ...
... My destination was Marigot, the capital of the French, St. Martin. A short wait and 25-min ride later, I was there.
Marigot was immediately quieter than Philipsburg. Most of the tourists who make it here arrive by sightseeing boats and buses, and hang around at the tourist shops by the waterfront. Marigot has a busy marina and boat charter operations. The marina area has characterful restaurants and watering holes. I stopped at one for a drink. The menu was in French ...