Filao Beach Hotel
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... legs are itching to be out on the blue waters. Tomorrow we are heading for the mysterious island of Saba ( Saaba with a hard A sound). Isolated from the rest of the Caribbean because of its lack of harbor and cliffs that required the inhabitants to unload supply ships on ladders down on the cliff faces. I can't wait to see the island that many a seasoned Caribbean traveler hasn't ...
... in our open air bedroom porch and Kristin made a birthday cake for Jack, for today is his 6th birthday. Jeffrey's birthday was last week so we gave him his new bike and helmet that afternoon and in the late afternoon we celebrated Jack's birthday with dinner and his cake and presents. Perhaps a bike was not Jack's first choice this year. He was more excited about the fishing rod and tackle his parents gave him, but we hope he will grow to want ...
... I was at the drinks station getting orange juice and coffee for Min and me, and right next to the drinks machines was the biggest selection of herbal and fruit teas which I have ever seen collected in one place. Displayed in the most beautiful ornate wooden box, there was every flavour and combination you could think of. I'll grant you it was only the Twinings make, but I knew my friend liked those, and wanting to play safe and not to appear greedy I just took three peppermint ...
... are guest rooms without windows, and I’m pretty sure they are smaller. So I feel very fortunate. I thought I would spend the first night relaxing, but I actually had to play THAT NIGHT at 11:15! I didn’t expect that at all, but I played and it went ok. I mean it was my first performance and I was nervous. I’ve been getting a lot better at interacting with the crowd and making them laugh sometimes ...
... it down to two and had to be content with the fact that we were not going to be able to definitively say “this was the place”.
It had been a lot of fun doing the memory lane wander but the day was getting hot and we had an “all onboard” time looming for our cruise ship so we fronted a beach bar offering icy cold guavaberry coladas heavily laced with rum and enjoyed a last taste of St Maarten.
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