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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Kristin and kids embarked on a Calabash painting project to make Christmas ornaments and they also made paper snowflakes. They put tinsel and lights covering the patio posts. By the time they were done, the whole place looked festive and the one thing missing was the Christmas tree. We did see that later on in a photo from Christmas day. Since there aren't any pine, spruce for fir trees, they constructed a Christmas tree out of palm fronds, ...
... through more quickly. This happened over and over again and Ted was still about half way to the front of the line. Finally when we had about 1/2 hour before boarding they called "St. Maarten". It seemed like half the line started crawling and clawing to get in the new line. Ted moved up significantly and he decided to stay put since he was close the front now. When the faster line dwindled to just a couple of people, Ted had still not moved. Sheree ...
... I also learned about slavery on Statia in the 1700’s and saw a skeleton of one of the archaeological digs. I learned that the natives called their house “maloca”. There were about 20-25 people who used to live on the island as natives. The museum used to be the headquarters of Admiral Rodney, the admiral of the American war ship who was saluted.
We finished the day with a walk around Fort Oranje and a cool dip in the ...
... is a whole different ball game to landing. The perimeter fence for the airport is just over the road from the beach. (6 meters away or so). There are big signs everywhere warning of death or grievous bodily harm caused by airplane jets. Because the planes back right up to the perimeter fence to give them enough runway to take off, some very clever people think that running across the road from the beach and clinging on to the fence ...
Arrival in St. Barts was supposed to be near 10:00, but before our alarm even went off this morning, we started hear the normal anchoring noises, so we looked out (before 7:00), and we were at anchor with lots of ships and yachts around us. The first thing we saw out our porthole was another tall ship: the Sea Cloud II.
We were able to tender ...