Le Domaine Beach Resort & Spa
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Today is Good Friday and in Sint Maarten that is equal with Christmas so most stores were closed, including immigration. Kyle and I were able to secure 2 wicked fast wave runners and proceed to almost crash them and destroy ourselves. Since we finished ripping up Great Bay and we ...
... of the island. A taxi cost them US25.00 per person
for a three hour island- tour including a stop at the butterfly park.
the picturesque countryside, clothing-optional Orient Beach; to the
duty-free shops of Phillipsburg, and the historic Salt Ponds, the
three-hour tour gave them the highlights of this unique two-flag
island and still gave them plenty of time to explore Marigot on their
one night of the year, this place is really special. Very difficult to get to...... very difficult, nearly impossible to get accommodation on land. Very difficult to get a mooring as well. You will definitely have to book at least a year in advance to stand any chance whatsoever. And
because of all these things, I now understand exactly why the super rich and jet set go there. And as we would say in England, NO RIFF RAFF ALLOWED! By Order!
It's been far too long since I’ve sat down to write my
blog. And so much has been happening. So this particular blog is going to be
about interesting people we’ve been with and places we’ve been to.
Where to start. Hmmm! Yes! I suppose a good place to start would be when we were invited to salute a new warship, sent from the Netherlands to patrol our waters. We have so many Government people living in the Yacht ...
... around that. He drove us the wrong way down a one way street the entire way down until we came back out on the main road way ahead of all the cars who had been backed up. It was very funny and he was laughing to himself and telling me in his very strong Caribbean accent to "put that in yer blog!" We arrived at Maho beach and agreed with Michael that we would just need half an hour to watch some planes and then we would meet back ...