Joshua Rose Guest House
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... roads into the hills, topping out at 1900 ft. Our final stop was at Annandale falls, which thanks to the rain that had been falling throughout the day was flowing much heavier than our guide expected.
We made the short trip to Barbados overnight. Having spent all of the previous day in that minibus, we chose a five-hour catamaran ride in Barbados. We saw bits of the island from the water, including the incredible ...
... yourself? I'm not just being silly. Look him up.
Anyway ..... after the stroll we went back to the hotel. I engaged in my typical buzz head shower and then .... Sleep came quickly. I tried to make some moves on my wife but she was having none of my wine fueled shena****ns.
Did I say this place was beautiful?
Beach resorts are all good but there's something to be said about being smack in the middle of a small Caribbean ...
... are blown backward by the jet blast when a plane takes off. Literally, blown backward. People run as fast as they can to get to the ocean in the hopes of getting into the water voluntarily and not by jet blast.
Thankfully, we'll be back here - our small ship cruise in December will be docking just outside of Marigot. I'll definitely try to find those mussels ...
As we have been here before on our Christmas cruises when we lived in Florida, we decided just to visit the Dutch side of the island - St. Maarten and not go to the French side this time - St. Martin.
After quite a long walk from the ship - plenty of shade provided by the huge cruise ships docked on either side of us - Allure of the Seas, Regal Princess, Celebrity Silouette and the Carnival Freedom - we caught the ...
... the first time in my life, but after that came the hike back up. I'd be lying if I said I didn't stop halfway up convinced that I wasn't going to make it. The exhaustion I've experienced here, mentally, physically and emotionally, has been a lot, to say the least. While it's letting me find my limits, I am having to push past them daily and I'm getting tired of feeling exhausted to the point of wanting to break down in tears at least once during the day. At least I'm halfway home.