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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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A busy couple of days wiring in our new freezer and building the Davits before we head out of the lagoon tomorrow and have our first dip off the back!, We have become famous as we have spent $5000 in Island Water World and because of that we get a $500 Boucher to spend - think we are ...
... dinner while watching the late summer sun set and listening the the lapping waves. A lovely old couple across from us told their waitress to give us their bottle of wine after taking 2 small glasses for themselves as the husband turned and explained they would never finish it. His charming wife turned and asked 'Is it a honeymoon?" to which I stumbled and replied 'No I think it's only a half (moon)', Captain Steve sure is one lucky guy ;)
We depart ...
... north towards the French side with a stop at an iguana farm. Here there were dozens of lizards - walking, hanging from trees, eating, etc. It's so fun to watch these ancient creatures. We continued on to Orient Beach. Half of the beach is a nude beach and the other half is clothed, so we hung out on the clothed side. Unfortunately, an old, naked, European guy didn't get the message and he jogged along our ...
... All the work was interrupted by the very welcome rendezvous with cruising friends LaRue and Susan on S/V Southern Cross who made a special stop in Brewer’s Bay to see us on their way back to Puerto Rico where they leave their boat at the end of their sailing season. They are always fun to be with--we enjoyed a very nice evening with them and look forward to staying in touch!
Then the day arrived that Dave had been dreading – ...
... water and the Dutchman chose gin. After walking a few hours, the Dutchman needed a little nap to sleep off the gin he had been drinking. (Also dubious, but told by the guide with an absolutely straight face.)
Even with a much smaller portion of the land, the Dutch found they had the better deal: most of the salt ponds were on their side. The two countries decided to share the island peacefully in 1648, but it ...