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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
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... the "dive-in" movies they play every evening by the pool! You can check out a blanket, lean back in your lounger, and enjoy the show out on the deck with the beautiful open night sky above you! It's incredible how attentive all the workers are on the ship. They are always willing to help and they are working their butts off to keep this ship clean and running smoothly. I ...
... a photo festival of our end-of-Haiti vacation on St-Martin/Saba/Anguilla islands in the Caribean. We visited our friends Marc and Romain living in St-Martin (thanks again, pals! Wonderful site you have) and went on to the 2 others nearby islands. I put some captions on some of the pix. And yes, I do love flowers...
2 Countries, 1 Small Island, St. Maarten (Dutch)/St. Martin (French) is the smallest island in the world to be shared between two different countries, peacefully co-existing for over 360 years. We made port on the Dutch side of this beautiful mountainous island and had an amazing view of the famous airport that operates on a tiny stretch of land between the ocean and the rising mountain allowing no room for operator error. Provisioning here was amazing, the market was ...
... The guy started calling names and saying people had roommates, so I was getting nervous again because I really just wanted to be alone and relax, but I guess I have a good position on the ship, because I didn’t have a roommate, and my room was really nice! After a really long day, of traveling, I went to bed. But that wasn’t the end of it.
When I woke up in the morning I couldn’t believe how ...
... 434733785_50523517}.......[ 2].."> Yesterday morning, we headed south, crossing the border back into the Dutch side. We drove through the community of Sucker Garden (what an alluring name!), passing Doodledoo Cactus Road en route to Gauna Bay. The route along the coastline was definitely scenic, but the trail had a few tricky spots and was an out-and-back route. The turnaround point, moreover, was disappointing – an otherwise ...