Le Grand Bleu

Address: Parc de la Baie, Orient Bay, 97150, St. Maarten/St. Martin | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Parc de la Baie, Orient Bay, is near Pinel Island, Random Wind, Fort Amsterdam, and Wallblake House.
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      Travel Blogs from Orient Bay

      The Scilly Isles, or should I say the Silly Isles

      A travel blog entry by mikeanddyana on May 19, 2013

      14 photos

      ... And, at one end of the bar a huge parrot cage, its door wide open and a scrawled hand
      written sign saying ' Please do not feed the bird.’ What bird? Definitely no parrot. In any case, the cage door was wide open. “Where’s the bird?” I asked quite casually as if there would be some sort of sensible answer. “Well,” the owner said as he shoveled ice into plastic
      bags. “He used to live in his cage... and most afternoons when ...

      Arriving to board

      A travel blog entry by gstrick99 on Jan 19, 2013

      ... crew, we are good at small spaces when it s only a place to change and sleep. This one is a bit smaller than any I had as a nurse on ships, but we managed to find a place for our things and we'll see how it works for the first week. We can ask for an upgrade next week if we can't take it. I'd like to say we had a grand first night, but we were both exhausted, so just managed to get to safety drill, then to dinner and to watch sail away before turning in for the ...

      A Yellow Submarine trip

      A travel blog entry by tizwoz on Nov 28, 2012

      13 photos

      ... a semi submersible aptly named the Yellow Submarine. From the comfort of below water level seats we saw the coral reef, a shipwreck and lots of Tropical Fish including a Shark, Barracuda, Parrot Fish, Turtles and star fish. It was better than snorkelling as we could take photos through the windows. After the trip we walked from the Port along the road and then upwards along a ...

      Ready about

      A travel blog entry by jojotravels on Mar 04, 2012

      3 comments, 22 photos

      ... making on us. Margaritas all round – setting the pace for things to come.

      The next day saw us set sail at 6 am (yes I know, it’s hard to believe I was even out of bed, let alone ready to sail), to make the 80 odd mile passage to the island of Saba by that evening, a 12 hour sail. All went well for the first few hours, with little to do but point Great Escape in the right direction. I was surprised to find that I felt comfortable out there with no ...

      Cruising the Caribbean (Pt 2)

      A travel blog entry by steeles-rvtrip on Dec 28, 2011

      12 photos

      ... back to the ship for a nice shower and dinner, after we had stood on the balcony and watched a Carnival ship leave, then we left, and St Maartens gradually disappeared
      into the fading light. Such a good day. After dinner we went to watch the Ice Skating show again, but half way through it was cancelled, as the sea was a bit rough, and the ship was a bit rocky.

      During the next day, we had two of the Indian ...