Residence Anse des Sables
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... a photo festival of our end-of-Haiti vacation on St-Martin/Saba/Anguilla islands in the Caribean. We visited our friends Marc and Romain living in St-Martin (thanks again, pals! Wonderful site you have) and went on to the 2 others nearby islands. I put some captions on some of the pix. And yes, I do love flowers...
2 Countries, 1 Small Island, St. Maarten (Dutch)/St. Martin (French) is the smallest island in the world to be shared between two different countries, peacefully co-existing for over 360 years. We made port on the Dutch side of this beautiful mountainous island and had an amazing view of the famous airport that operates on a tiny stretch of land between the ocean and the rising mountain allowing no room for operator error. Provisioning here was amazing, the market was ...
... diced tomatoes and heavy cream served over roasted potatoes with white asparagus. Once again both our meal and the service were superb. Murano is our favorite specialty restaurant.
After dinner, we walked a little of the food off and return to our cabin. We had a busy and hot day, but it was enjoyable. Our next stop is St John’s, Antigua, 104 nautical miles from our current location. Enjoy and goodnight!
Lionel and ...
... up/drop-off spot for guests to/from the airport in daylight hours. Dave was back on the boat in time to see Donna’s flight depart directly overhead.
Fortunately for Dave, brother Pete had arranged to visit in Donna’s absence. This would make the two weeks pass more quickly as he planned to give Pete the nickel tour of the Virgins. Pete was to arrive on April 2 and would fly out on April 11. Donna would return on April 12. In the ...
... of a jibing monohull as they tend to round up into the wind in windy conditions after their mainsail fills on the other side.
The reach back to St. Maarten was fast, crowded, and an amazing sight. We were in double digit speeds all the way and hit a top speed of 14.4 knots – the fastest we’ve ever gone not surfing. At least that’s the fastest Dave saw in the few moments he allowed himself to glance at the instruments. ...