Kings Well Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... towels, snorkeling equipment, rods, tackle and we were off. Notice anything missing from the list important for fishing....yup, no bait.
We got to the dock and the day was bright, sunny and hot. The water is so blue and so clear you can see right to the bottom of the bay and watch all the blue tang and other colorful fish just taunting the little boys with lures that did not fool them in the least. As the family fished, we went down ...
... for baptisms. Here, this is not an option. Reese and Kristin are the only church members on this tiny island and so no building is available. They could fly the family to St. Maarten and do it there, where a building and font are available but the cost of all of them flying there and back is prohibitive. So with permission from the Branch President, Reese was given authority to baptize Jeffrey in the ocean. What a memory and story he will have to tell.
... parking lot about 15 minutes from the airport. We stumbled on a site that books long term airport parking in excess hotel parking lot space. The prices are far less than at the airport or even off site parking structures. The hotel has a free shuttle that runs hourly so we had to get to the hotel before 8:00 so that Ted could make that shuttle or it would be cutting it too close for check in. Although traffic was heavy our plan worked out ...
... which is a bread puff ball with vanilla ice-cream in between and whipped-cream on the side plus the entire plate and food was drizzled with a chocolate fudge. Mmmmm mmmmm, it was amazing.
The next day my family and I hiked the dormant volcano. It was tough. Tyler and I thought we were going to suffer by walking to the top of this thing. We stopped to rest at one point while mom read from the information board. Mom read aloud ...
... boat. Statia itself isn't a very well known island in the Caribbean. At only 8 sq miles and a population of around 4000 people it's definitely one of the smaller islands on our trip list. It's not known for it's beaches, it's definitely back to basics, but it promises out-of-this-world diving and a relaxing way of life.
As always our schedule kept changing, one minute we were going to Statia - and within a few hours it ...