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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 ...
... sure people were safe, but that is there job! Some of the elderly have quite a time maneuvering between the landing to the rocking tender! Of note besides the rocky area, is the harbor that is full... And I mean FULL of mega yachts, one bigger to the next. Yachts equipped with boats - including the smaller (35foot) motor boat AND a ...
... all the liqueur I could carry but we're not. One shop had all types of rum infused with natural foods like rum infused with mint and lime to create a mojito flavoured one. I like these specialty type of stores as creating this type of food takes time and skill.
One of things that bugged me about St. Maarten was everyone who I asked for directions either didn't know or just gave ****** ...
... the Maitre D! Giant prawns for main and for a change half decent soup. The girls Heaven Salad again defies its name, admittedly Salad from Hell doesn't probably sell. Up on the aft deck we watch a fantastic film show advertised as Moonshine Movie. It is full moon tonight and they show a 45 minute movie of life on the Clipper ships rounding Cape Horn in the 30's narrated by the film maker now in his 90's. we have seen the same movie when sailing around SA on Evohe but great ...
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