Le Grand Bleu

Address: 115 Parc de la Baie Orientale, Orient Bay, 97150, St. Maarten/St. Martin | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 115 Parc de la Baie Orientale, Orient Bay, is near Pinel Island, Random Wind, Fort Amsterdam, and Wallblake House.
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    Travel Blogs from Orient Bay

    Been Busy, busy, busy!!!!

    A travel blog entry by 3cupsoftea on Feb 11, 2015

    4 photos

    ... the libations flowing freely! (I know I make The Ladies sound like incredible alcoholics, but truly they are just enjoying a little freedom from the stress of busy work and home lives and don't drink nearly as much as you might think from my posts!). The plan for Wednesday was to get up early and drive back to Port of Marigot to take the ferry to St. Barth. "Early" is relative with this crowd, but we did make to ...

    Baby turtles

    A travel blog entry by phoenixreilly on Sep 09, 2014

    9/9/14 Still no sign of the baby turtles. I spent another 4 hours at the beach today watching for any sign of life below the sands. That is 10 hours on a deserted beach waiting, I'm not complaining...I read a book, and chilled out on a towel and had a dip in the ocean...but COME ON BABY TURTLES!!!!!! 10/9/14 On the bus AGAIN over the Guana Bay Beach to sit watch. The problem is people have to be there in case they hatch. It is a long ...

    Day 6 - Philipsburg

    A travel blog entry by patch64 on Apr 24, 2014

    6 photos

    ... he is going to venture to the gym this afternoon. I take a walk up to the pool deck and take some pictures before returning to the cabin to read some magazines. Before we know it the ship is sounding its horns and the sea at the back of the ship begins to churn up as the giant azipod propellors spring into action. On leaving St Maarten we would normally turn westward to return to mainland USA. Today however we turn eastward and then north-easterly slipping quietly ...

    Sun, sand, sea and numpties.

    A travel blog entry by monkeypants on Dec 17, 2013

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... to Aruba. It is very mountainous with colourful houses built onto the sides of these lush green mountains. The island itself is divided 60/40 between the French and the Dutch. The French claimed more land but there are more people living on the Dutch side. The Dutch side is Sint Maarten and the French, St. Martin. We began our day quite traumatically because we decided to be brave again and book a taxi to take us to Maho beach. ...

    The Real Caribbean Olympics

    A travel blog entry by mikeanddyana on Mar 03, 2013

    6 photos

    ... did it stop... No.

    Event two. The inevitable tug of war. So calling for the first teams, ordered another round of beers for everyone which they had to be finished before the event could begin. It all helps to assist them in the event you know. Numbers seem to be irrelevant. Eight on one side, six on the other. More men on one side, more women on the other. It just made no difference. And they were off and pulling like mad. Hope you like the videos.