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Travel Blogs from Marigot
... giving us an amazing view for the evening as her mast and underwater lights lit up the night. And in the morning we had an amazing close-up of a British Navy ship that seemed to be celebrating as all officers were in their dress uniforms and the ship was decorated with several flags and banners all flying in the island breeze. Back in Saint Martin we visited all the major ports around the island, experiencing each little French town by boat and dingy. The family is ...
The day after Paula and Linda's departure we re-connected with a potential buyer of our dinghy with whom we had a conversation prior to leaving for Barbuda. A deal was struck and we made plans to get our new dinghy the next day, switch the outboard to it, and deliver the old dinghy to the buyer who was on a boat anchored in Simpson Bay Lagoon.
After completing the dinghy deal we stopped by Shrimpy’s Laundry and Yacht Services (found near ...
... It’s common on the island – it’s ok, they call it The Friendly Island for a reason. Jason and I chatted about the island on the drive that seemed as if it was only 5 minutes, maybe it was. He dropped me off at the round-about by Minis’ house. When I reached his house, Minis was ready to go, so we set off to the downtown area of Marigot. Along the way, Minis said hi to just about everyone we passed ...
Dear blog, it’s been a long time since I’ve written anything. For that I apologize. It’s just that being a diving instructor doesn’t really provide one with a whole lot of inspiring new stories to write home about every day. In fact it’s quite hard work. Work that is soon coming to an end. At least for now.
So... the time has come to leave Saint Martin. Not because I particularly want to right now, but more because I can't handle the ...
We used up so much fuel through the not windy enough South Atlantic that we had to make an unscheduled stop here in St Martin to get more fuel. Either it was too hard to get or it was too expensive in Anguilla. We'll be here only for a day. Apparently St Martin's has been known throughout the area for having low prices and more than a few people have made money buying things here and smuggling them into the other islands, especially rum ...
Other places to stay in Marigot
Baie Nettle, Marigot | 3 star hotelfrom $129
- Never treated so bad
- Needs a new MANAGER
- Great Location - Very Basic Accomodation
Baie de Marigot, Marigot | 3 star hotelfrom $126
- Great Location
- The best ever holiday in the world
- Enjoyed our stay
C5 Parc de La Baie Orientale, Marigot | 3 star hotelfrom $128
- Great Vacation
- Orient bay
- Just what we needed
4, rue du General de Gaulle, Marigot | Hotelfrom $92
Residence St. Jean - Bellevue, Marigot | Hotelfrom $98
Rue du GÃ©nÃ©ral de Gaulle, Marigot | 2 star hotelfrom $19