Saba Rock Resort
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
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We spent a fun day in San Antonio yesterday doing all those interesting tourist things. The weather was beautiful -- hot and sunny, although rain is predicted for the next few days here. We visited the Alamo, which was built in 1724 and played a critical role in the Texas Revolution. The Siege of the Alamo, on March 6, 1836, symbolizes a heroic struggle against overwhelming odds as men ...
... the night there, dozens and dozens of big semi trucks also spent the night -- running their diesel engines all night as they slept peacefully in their little beds all around us. There was a diesel fume cloud hovering over our RV all night -- the only good thing that might have come as a result is that it seemed to get rid of some of the stink bugs that have been living and multiplying in our air conditioner unit. Yes, we still have ...
... go grocery shopping once we arrive at our destination. So off we went. Driving north on 281 we ran into the usual traffic, but it seemed we were making good time. About Bulverde, I heard Bob say "****" and "we have no brakes" the "low brake fluid light" came on and by the time we could slow down enough to pull off, we could smell the brakes. As luck would have it, we had stopped by a Velaro with a Jiffy Lube type place beside it. We got out, dropped the hood, finally located ...
... swimming and hiking a few of the trails nearby. Looks like our next weather window to set out will not be until Thursday or Friday. We are still trying to decide where to go next but may need to head to St. Martin to pick up new house batteries for the boat. Looks like their life expectancy is coming to a close. ...
... to help. I must admit to thinking more than once "what do we do if the Nav system fails?" as there were reefs all around the coast that could tear the bottom out of Orca.
The entrance to our chosen port has what looks like a lagoon, but are in fact five Islands close together making a large sheltered anchorage in the middle. There are many coral reefs around the outside of all the Islands, so with all sails stowed away we motored slowly through the narrow ...