Le Grand Bleu
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... Into Philipsburg , Great Bay was also geared up for the cruise ships, tax free shops everywhere, but again lively and welcoming with amazing beaches and waters. We had a lovely spot of lunch, although we got more than we bargained for!!! Now well into February and we are waiting on the arrival of our longed for batteries, Craig so he can stop monitoring constantly the input and output of everything on the boat , as ours are ...
... Discovering this remote northern beach was by accident more than design. But we
sourced out a place to stay if we ever return to the island. This picturesque
cove with its fine white-sand beach is stunning.
Corossol – We
found a French café where we had an almond croissant and cappuccino. We might
as well have been in Paris. That good.
St. Jean Beach
– This is one of the most popular beaches in St. Barts and ...
... heels...... rolling clockwise....... then anti clockwise. Losing my sense of balance and equilibrium totally. Not knowing what was happening. Gripping my shoulders, my arms still in
the 'coffin position'. Accelerating and plummeting towards the earth at what they call terminal speed (no pun intended), of about one hundred and fifty miles an hour. Marc stabilised us. No more rolling or tumbling. The tap on the shoulder, the signal to get into the
classic flying position. ...
... confusion with the waiter. The Concierge confirmed that our reservation for Chops was still good, and the waiter just gave him the wrong room number when the waiter walked in and asked, “Is 1748 in the house?”
About 30 minutes later, the Matre D came by our table and invited us to dine with the Captain tomorrow night. We said we would love to, but we couldn’t leave the people we ...
... to return. Not cheap, but worth every penny to be in such beautiful surroundings, and have such wonderful food and service, I truly felt blessed.
We left at 9:30pm to go to the Dune to see Omari and Bankie, we were not planning on staying as we had an 8:45am flight.
When we got to the Dune, there was a full house, and Omari came over and told us they were having power problems - I told him we were not staying we just came to say goodbye, hugs ...