- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today is our last day at sea. (Yes, read a big frown here.) We sailed from Road Bay, Aguilla to Baie de Marogot. Capt. Greg calling out sail settings and headings with Kyle at the helm and me scuttling around winching lines and securing hatches we tacked our way into the wind and to our final mooring in Marigot, St. Martin. We waited from ...
Here we go again, getting ready to leave Ellisa. We had good plans to leave her in Port Royal on a buoy but local news of burglaries on yachts in the area led us to change plans! Along with the French bridge being broken it was not biding well so we decided yo head South around the Island, enter the lagoon via the Dutch bridge and out her on a private buoy, closely watched by Scott, on the neighbouring buoy. Stopping for lunch in Mullet pond bay we went a shore for a paddle and ...
... for a very healthy broiled (grilled) Atlantic salmon fillet with steamed vegies. Shock horror....I didn't do dessert or cheese.
Saying goodbye to my lovely waiters and leaving big tips for them. I said my farewells. The staff on board really do take care of their guests and I will always remember my first cruise with Carnival and the staff, that helped make this holiday very memorable. It might be clichéd but I think I'll be doing another Carnival cruise in the ...
... all upset when they need to switch to English to accommodate . Although I was pleasantly surprised several times when my best French accent fooled a local and they continued on in French after I had exhausted my knowledge with 'Hello', 'Pardon' and 'Where is?'. The bakery was a mouthwatering experience and after stepping inside you felt like you could have easily been anywhere in Paris, the smells of the fresh bread and sweets were intoxicating and the line of ...
... drove to and through a few of the key Dutch areas and had important sites pointed out to us (since we docked on the Dutch side). Specific highlights included The Great Salt Pond, Orient Bay, the village of Grand Case, a Rum Factory and Fort Louis. Our tour guide also discussed the island’s population makeup, land ownership, employment, education, taxes, medical care, child and elderly care, and a host of other topics; very informative.