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... Especially as we were having two friends over as well. All morning the weather improved, then took a backwards step. And each time this happened, I changed my mind as to where our Christmas lunch was going to take place. I totally drove Dyana mental
with all the changes. So the upshot of it all was that at about noon..... there was not a cloud to be seen. Beautiful blue everything. So we piled the food, chairs, two umbrellas and the barbi
... a most fantastic affair. The floats were brilliantly adorned with all sorts of colourful decorations. The people came not only from our island, but from many neighbouring ones to join in the total revelry. All trying hard to outdo the
others. And it all added to the brilliant atmosphere. It must have taken at least two hours for them just to pass where we were standing. I’m sorry about the sound quality on the video. I now realise that camera’s microphones ...
... aren't enough into sailing to appreciate the history behind the boats, it might not be the best excursion as you really don't get to do that much. We each only had one small job, and we even had to share that with another person so we were only doing it half of the time. The boat was a bit crowded, but I enjoyed it.
After sailing, I grabbed lunch at a little Italian Gelato place, Gelateria Milano, that also had homemade pasta that was good. After ...
Sunday morning dawned with a cloudy sky and lots of wind in Phillipsburg, St. Maarten. Perfect weather for the day’s activity. We participated in a sailing regatta. The Stars and Stripes has raced in the America’s Cup sailboat race and is here, in St. Maarten. We raced against another sailboat from Canada, True North. We each were assigned a task-I was the bartender and Mel was the primary grinder. He ...
Like most of the Caribbean Islands tourism is huge and we can understand why when we docked here- there were 6 cruise ships in port with 20,000+ passengers spilling into the town of Philipsburg with money to spend and shopping for duty free goods on the mind. OK ...
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