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... that the family took advantage of the fine dining offered at each stop allowing me to take it easy and even get out for the night.
Anguilla is apparently no place for inexperience as the island was littered with shipwrecked boats, we anchored here for 2 nights and as Captain Steve was setting our own anchors I couldn't help but have an eerie filling of being in a watery graveyard. A beautiful 200 foot sailboat followed suit and anchored just off our ...
... for. Here, we separated from Justin and went our own way!
Can’t say I shopped much but instead, walked along several streets and browsed through a flea market. This was enough to capture the town’s nice markets and shops which had a delightful blend of European charm with Caribbean style! Nothing was purchased.
During our return ...
Life on the ocean wave is proving to be eventful. After a lazy and very gentle introduction to Caribbean island life with Liz in Falmouth, Antigua, I joined Great Escape in Nelson's Dockyard, to set sail for St Maarten. I met Ed, our skipper and Matt, like me, a guest on the boat which would take us up to St Maarten for the Heineken Regatta. First stop was Jolly Harbour, a 2 hour sail around to the south west of Antigua. So far, so good. Jolly Harbour proved to be quite different ...
... Jess and I had a beachside massage too. Maggie had stayed on the boat to hang with her Circle C friends and Georgie went off to chat with her new friend Mike from New York so Jess and I got a little window of solitude on our anniversary. It was a delight. I had to admit that we got a little bit too much sun and got slightly red but that just gave us a bit of a glow. As the afternoon started to fade we rejoined the ship. As an act of pure indulgence Jess and ...
... some Airborne-esque tablets with vitamins B1, B6, and B12 in a yummy passion fruit flavor. When I got back to the pad, I decided it was time for some Sarafinas. I Facebook’ed Minis to see if he wanted to go with me and so I told him, I would come to his house when I got to Marigot. I packed a bag with bball clothes just in case and headed to the main road where I caught a ride from a guy named Jason. Yes, mom, I ...
Other places to stay in Marigot
Baie Nettle, Marigot | 3 star hotelfrom $151
- Never treated so bad
- Needs a new MANAGER
- Great Location - Very Basic Accomodation
Baie de Marigot, Marigot | 3 star hotelfrom $138
- Great Location
- The best ever holiday in the world
- Enjoyed our stay
C5 Parc de La Baie Orientale, Marigot | 3 star hotelfrom $136
- Great Vacation
- Orient bay
- Just what we needed
4, rue du General de Gaulle, Marigot | Hotelfrom $101
Residence St. Jean - Bellevue, Marigot | Hotelfrom $79
Rue du GÃ©nÃ©ral de Gaulle, Marigot | 2 star hotelfrom $19