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... things so I gathered up the overview itinerary and the red cruise cap and head up. While signing everything for us, the band took the time to shake all of our hands and thank us for being part of such an incredible week. Every one of them remembered my name ..... I'm still trying to decide if that's good or bad LOL. It was impressive, that's for sure.
Nick took the stage after dinner and played several songs that he had written. This kid is ...
Day 2 of my St. Maarten adventure with The Ladies! Once again I woke up early, ready for new adventure! Once again I waited 2 hours for the lovely Ladies to start our adventure of the day! What is it about well-seasoned women?? Somehow they are able to ignore the rising sun and just lounge about...wasting precious time! They love to read, drink tea and coffee and plan the day. I just want to take off and wing it....no pun intended! But, I guess it was a good thing that we ...
... in whatever they choose to, it is very sad and frustrating that they are not capable of thinking for themselves, or accepting that there a big world out there and not everyone believes in the same thing. Their education is poor and they don't even realise that. I know I am from a well educated country where freedom of speech and view is encouraged, but everyone should know they can question anything, it doesn't make it wrong ...
Maarten and St. Martin have a great deal of history. It passed back
and forth between France, the Netherlands, and Spain 16 times. To
date, it is
one of the smallest Caribbean islands occupied by two sovereign
nations. Though snuggled together in a scant 37 square miles of
mountainous terrain, these two countries could not be more different.
docked in Phillipsburg, the capital of ...
... our tour of the pretty little market we sought out a taxi driver who understood English accents a little better. It was here that we found the amazing Michael. Michael didn’t have a minibus like the other taxis we have been travelling in. He used his car and this was great for us because we did not then have to share with other people and it made the experience a lot more personable. Michael was a chatty and charming ...