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, ...
We all took a shuttle to the airport and said our goodbyes. It was a great 12 days and so much fun seeing the family and especially being able to spend that much time with our son. We picked up our car and headed for Tampa where we had left or RV in storage.
We spent a couple more days at Tampa, hanging out on the beach before we headed for home. That is still weird to say.
... row. DH stepped up and volunteered- the only hitch with that kind of enthusiasm was that she volunteered me! I was now the paper captain of a number of Canadians on the True North (an Americas Cup racer) and we were up against a gaggle of Americans on the Stars & Stripes (an Americas Cup Race winner). The Americas Cup is the Superbowl of yacht racing events and it was quite the thrill to be using these honourably retired vessels for our first ...
... or Friday, and there were even more barrels of stuff on it than on ours. However, I now understand why. One lady was telling me that the perfume she buys for $90 US in St. Kitts is available in St. Maarten for $25. The deodorant you can get in St. Kitts $10 US for 3 sticks is $5 US for 6 sticks in St. Maarten. Everything is so much cheaper here, that you can easily pay for the ferry fare and night at a hotel by filling a barrel. Instead of buying ...