Le Sereno Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free airport shuttle
- High-speed internet in room
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... marina and grabbed lunch. After lunch we hit a couple shops and then back on the boat. We're tired. All of us. Everyone is really really tired today. Alot of sun, fun, and spirits have worn us all out.
Once on the boat we did an afternoon hangout by the pool which was nice as we had yet to do this all week.
By this point I could see it on everyone's face. We were tired. Freaking tired. Everyone was hitting the wall at various ...
... trees. We headed home happy and tired and had dinner and sent kids to bed hoping their fevers would not return. (That turned out to be wishful thinking. Within a few days all their family members were sick. We did convince them to go to the doctor. After a couple of different antibiotics and cough suppressants everyone finally recovered, after we were long gone.) Luckily neither Ted and I got it. They are also very fortunate as well as their healthcare is free ...
... alert and vigilant.
We then took a small dirt/leaf covered path from the main house up a small incline to another structure behind the main house. This is called "the sleeping house.” It is a long rectangle structure again with a covered patio over the length of the structure which also has a high pitched corrugated roof painted white and turquoise. The area is divided into two large rooms with a small bathroom that has only a toilet ...
... 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 ...
... I have not been able to include pictures with this part of the blog. The Internet connection just isn't up to it. I have set my camera to the lowest possible resolution, but the computer sits frozen trying to send the pictures, burning up dollar after dollar of my satellite Internet time, and then finally gives up with the message "the system is unable to upload your file. - but, hey, thanks for all the money, anyway."
So it's just words until we reach terra firma ...