Eden Rock - St Barths
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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Today we toured on of the richest islands in the Caribbean St. Barth. Kyle refers to it as the "Island of Beautiful Women". We rented some scooters and zoomed all over the island probably causing havoc since none of us speak or read French. We ate a fantastic lunch on a white sand beach at the Nikki Beach Restaurant. That's were Kyle renamed St. Barth the IBW. It was a great day, but ...
... on the top. It tastes wonderful.
Pineapple plants grow in front just near the guesthouse house and a small overgrown greenhouse that needs attention is also nearby. We noticed another visible neighbor living directly across the dirt road where we parked the truck. Three Dutch school teachers live there. Two teach at the public school on the island and the other works remotely by computer.
There are tropical fruits all over ...
... a bit more edumicated about what is happening down there. Not sure I quite agree with everything they said, but can understand the other side of the coin a bit better now. We ended up seeing them a lot throughout the ship and I would have liked to sit with them at dinner as we seemed to have a lot to talk about. Oh well, another time on another ship maybe.
So the end is near!
Ross here, writing this from the apartment we have rented for a few days up in the hills of St Maarten looking out onto the sea. Reminds us both of Carriacou!
We have had 2 good days here. The island is pretty small but we are a bit remote so a hire car has been essential although I drove on the wrong side of the road for about 200 metres till a car behind me started beeping at me! I blame the tiredness!
Our apartment ...
... us and then everybody waited. I asked what we were waiting for and found out that it was all of the “checked” luggage. Since I had nothing other than the backpack I went over with, I didn't have to wait and was able to go straight to the makeshift customs center they had set up at the port. My duty charge was 0, and I was on my way. I don't know what the duty rate everybody else had to pay was, but even if it is close to 100%, they're still making out ...