Hotel St Barth Isle de France

Address: Baie des Flamands, St. Barthélemy, 97133 | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Baie des Flamands, St. Barthélemy, is near The Citadelle, Barbancourt Rum Distillery, and Saut-Mathurine.
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    Travel Blogs from St. Barthélemy

    All We Need is LOVE

    A travel blog entry by gini.verbesselt on Feb 23, 2015

    2 comments, 1 photo

    It's totally inevitable that the best medicine is a smile, a laugh, the human touch, and to be and feel loved. Whether being at the orphanage where the kids are gray because their skin is covered in dust from the gravel floor, or meeting with patients at a mobile clinic in a factory for 1800 workers- my observation was that just spending time with people whether they were 2 years old or 62 years old had a significant and immediate impact on their overall ...

    Even Good Samaritans have Bad Days

    A travel blog entry by gini.verbesselt on Feb 21, 2015

    6 photos

    That's right- this lady got sick in Haiti. Errrrr. It's dehydration. Thank goodness we have two docs traveling with us. A headache for two straight days, water retention leading to bruising on my legs around the bottom of my athletic compression capris, dizziness, and nausea/vomiting is not the sucker punch anyone needs- let alone getting ...

    Eradicate "NIMBY"

    A travel blog entry by gini.verbesselt on Feb 20, 2015

    8 photos

    ... from malnutrition, had perfectly white teeth coming through their big smiles. The docs explained it was common in areas where children count on basic staples like rice and beans if they are lucky enough to get a meal because they don't have access to garbage that most privileged kids eat that is loaded with sugars and artificial coloring which affects the coloring of teeth. I was supposed to be on fluoride duty at a station where we gave them a paste to ...

    Tears take over our fears

    A travel blog entry by gini.verbesselt on Feb 19, 2015

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... away. Hundreds of children covered in dust, walking barefoot, wearing odds and ends of random clothing.... Hundreds of children who are orphans. They were ELATED! They cheered and ran alongside the bus and lined up at the door waiting for us to step off. The second my feet hit the floor there were three kids already climbing on me and hugging me. This continued the entire time we were there. They were so happy to give and receive hugs. The human touch. It does us all a lot of ...

    24 Hours of New Experiences

    A travel blog entry by brittanyp on Jul 07, 2014

    ... mountains in the background, which I failed to take a picture of, and lots of dirt roads and fields. I am surprised at how green everything is. Before I came here I had heard that because of the earthquake, Haiti did not have much vegetation and was rather bare, but I have yet to see that in the community where I am staying. When we got back we had dinner. It was rice, spinach, beets, and goat. Yes, goat. This was the first time ...