Travel Blogs from St. Maarten/St. Martin
... I checked all downtown for a decent waterproof camera, but they wanted an arm and leg everywhere I went. I am thinking about ordering one tomorrow on Ebay with my paypal credit if Debbie lets me send it to her house in Southampton, England.
I still have only spent $6.50 on the ship this whole time. Mom and Scott hooked it up with $150 bucks onboard credit, and I couldn’t remember how much of a credit I got when I booked ...
... had time and energy to visit the Dutch side, including the port and its attached shopping plaza and the town of Philipsburg, its lovely beach, and shopping areas.
Let me be clear: hands-down, Saint Martin/Philipsburg is the best Caribbean port I have ever visited.
Whether at the shopping plaza immediately outside the pier, or the town of Philipsburg proper, this was the cleanest, most organized, most well ...
... work with does not drink standard tea in the office, preferring herbal and fruit teas, especially mint. It's become a tradition that whenever I go away anywhere exotic I try to grab her samples of the local herbal teas. Mind you she's a bit fussy. Don't get her anything with Chamomile in it or it'll go straight in the bin.
I have been looking around for some teas throughout this holiday and have not found anything. Then, this morning, I hit herbal tea heaven. The ...
... Silly me! I knew others had been asked, but of course, this is Island time. So Dyana & I were the only ones there and were filmed for at least half an hour with the new couple. And in the afternoon, the film crew used exactly where our apartment is on the lagoon to
showcase their final scene. We felt so proud. And, it’s going to be aired in a couple of months on the HG1 Chanel in America. And when we have more news of the show, we’ll let you know.
... expires every ninety days, so to keep ourselves legal, we always take a small vacation, or holiday. Well, a couple of weeks ago decided to go to the ‘famous’ French Island of St Barts. Technically its real name is Saint Bartholomew and it belonged to the Norwegians. This fact accounts for the Capital being named Gustavia. There is no way in this world that the French would ever countenance having a foreign name as the capital of one of their colonies! Fortunately, ...
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