MVC Eagle Beach
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... gable ends so after we had replenished our supplies of tonic water we were ready for getting back on the ship. However one wrong turn later we stumbled across a quaint little museum. It is as tiny as the Island is small. We wandered in to find a wedding party in full swing and were quickly ushered out again. Anyway it set us on a detour which took us to a park on the edge of town which provided some much needed ...
... adult march. And in San Nicolas everything is much more relaxed than Oranjestad. There were participants arriving at the starting point when their group was already half an hour on the road. They figured the parade would start late anyway. And it is easy to walk out of line to talk to acquaintances, pose for pictures with friends at the curb, have a rest in the car behind your float. Actually, the interactions with friends cause tremendous delays. By the time the march ...
... example. We got a tour and learned all about how the caterpillars are very particular about what plants they eat and then turn into the chrysalis. Some of the moth cocoons silk is so strong they offered us the opportunity to try to rip it. We all tried and none of us could do it. A couple butterflies landed on Suzanne - they said each time one lands on you that you can make a wish. I wonder what she wished for!
... coexist in contrast but in perfect harmony.
Today alone, 6 cruise liners with 15,000 people and another 4,000 staff entered onto this island, home to only 112,281 Dutch, French and natives. The locals must look at the cruise ship parking lot and rub their hands together in glee. One of the biggest tourist attractions is swimming under planes arriving overhead at the Dutch side international airport. Due to its short runway, landing aeroplanes have to fly at unusually low ...
... br> The temperature is an average of 82 degrees.
Beautiful beaches- soft sand
Plenty of fun places to go to
A good family vacation
A very safe place to go
The US dollar accepted everywhere.
They do the US Customs here so you don't have to deal with the crowds in the US.
A low rise- so less people on the beach.
Many places to eat.
A mile of beach makes a ...
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