Le Sereno Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Grand Cul-de-Sac
Today started out leisurely bacon and eggs cooked by Kyle. I took about a 1/2 mile swim to the beach and back to the boat. I might have rested on the beach longer but a nude beach is not all you might think it would be. Then hoisted the anchor and set sail. We spent 31/2 hours training for our 6+ hour sail tomorrow to St. Barthelemy (St. Barth). We will swing around the North end ...
Today is our last port. Tony and I didn’t expect too much from this island because we have been here three times and weren’t very impressed. But, after seeing how clean and well kept it was, we had a new appreciation for the island. We don’t know how we missed it, but this place looked totally different to us! We decided we would explore the shopping and restaurants a little more after our excursion. Today’s event: Regatta sailboat racing! ...
... guests to participate by singing so a heads up was given to Sheree's mom that she may be asked to sing. She had visited with the minister at Kristin's birthday party and he said it was a youth Sunday but he would like to see if he could get her on the program. She had come prepared to sing "How Great Thou Art" with Kristin accompanying her. It was a marvelous program with lots of enthusiastic singing from the youth and the minister himself, but the highlight ...
... There is also a stone wall enclosing the outdoor shower that is attached to the sleeping house and a new door that Reese made out of an old wooden pallet to hide his nakedness from the only neighbors that are just beside and up the hill a bit from their property. Pretty clever. There is a large almond tree that shades the patio next to the sleeping house with a hammock that needs repair. This porch doubles a covered place to hang clothing to dry ...
... off the bridge calling to ‘Bones, Uhuru, Scottie and Spock’, to make the ship safe. Well. A vessel has been built which looks really similar to this. It is solar powered and is circumnavigating the planet. (Much the same way as the Enterprise did out in space). She moored up in Marigot Bay and would not allow any sightseers aboard. So we hopped into the dinghy and went for what you might call, a nose around. And yes, it was big. Very big. ...