Eden Rock - St Barths
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... I was completely in the water it was very comfortable. It was amazingly relaxing to just bob up and down with the swells and watch the planes come in one after another. The swells ranged from two to four feet high. I saw all sorts of planes including a Cessna Caravan, Gulfstream private jet, Lear private jet, and a Boeing 737. If I could only have had a drink in one hand and a camera in the other, I would have ...
... of walking planning: 1) on a volcanic island where topography tends to be rugged and up and down; 2) in a culture that doesn’t value walking – why walk when you can drive – so doesn’t develop trails; 3) in a tourism industry that caters to cruise ships; and 4) in a tourism segment that caters to water sports and places a premium on beach relaxation. In addition, St. Martin/Maarten is one of the most densely populated islands in ...
... that you aren't on St.Marteen any more. Round the place are running chickens, some dogs, cats, all really cute!(no this time I don't have pictures of dogs or cats:P)
When the couple was busy with their extreme Valentine's day date we went to Marigot to eat 'The best burgers in Marigot' for lunch:)
In the afternoon I went out, to 'La bamba' but only for an hour I think.
Generally the whole day was about hating Valentine's day :P
My great neighbours Kees and ...
... back with the PS3, but no cake. Devin showed me all of his trophies and told me who all the people in the family photos were in the family room. Devin had a trophy for best athlete of St. Martin when he was 15. His mom had mentioned to me that he won 288 awards from swimming, some of which he showed me. I asked him why he didn’t swim anymore and he said he wanted to play only basketball now. His mom spoke of how she ...
... some more dissection with the students. They hadn't moved onto the upper limb just yet, so once again had to scrape the bottom of the barrel for the lower limb anatomy. Wasn't too bad. I did have to feign confidence about the lateral circumflex arteries of the hip - but it made sense that the ascending branch went up, the transverse went across and the descending branch went down. Thank goodness that the names of those vessels weren't eponyms. ...