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Travel Blogs from Marigot
... concerned for their Chef and insisted that boss-man Steve allow me time off the boat at each stop. Much like the fortunate family members I was ferried to land at a beautiful beach-side resort for some time in the sun and sand with my book and some solitude.
Our final port, Marigot was a quaint little French town rich in it's European culture. From our dock we had a fantastic view of Fort Louis perched on top of the mountain, completed in 1789 only 20 brave ...
... at one of the stores to purchase an original piece of jewelry but declined. At 2,000US$, I don’t think it was worth it!
We walked the fifteen minute distance back to the ship and relaxed a bit before going to the top deck to watch the sunset. That was also the cue for the Allure of the Seas to lift anchor and start its course towards the Caribbean ...
... bridge) where internet wifi is available for $3 a session to catch up on e-mail. Dave sent another message to Robbie Ferron to see if we could arrange a meeting before we left for the USVI in a few days. Within a few minutes he replied, explaining he had to go off island the next day and wouldn’t be back before we left. He asked where we were at the moment? Shrimpy’s. "Don’t move. I’ll be there in about 15 minutes." Thus, we ...
... said people were asking if I was his girlfriend. We reached Sarafina’s and I was super excited to have my favorite sandwich – baguette aux fromage – I heart brie! I also ordered 2 macarons, one pistachio, one lemon. Minis got a quiche. We enjoyed our meal in the lounge chairs by the street. The pistache macaron was heavenly, my new favorite delicacy. The lemon one was tres bien, but the pistache trumps all, and ...
... son (who is 3) could play on the sand. He found himself a friend and they amused themselves for quite a while. Then, his friend's mum said that he had to go so the two little boys kissed and hugged each other before they left. It was probably one of the cutest things I've seen.
Not long after that, we left and they dropped me back to the dorms - but not without a huge doggy bag full of Indian delights. Guess what I'll be having for lunch tomorrow!??
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