Sea View Beach Hotel
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It was located in town on the main street. It was clean. I had a view.
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... the semi sub boat. The boat had a section where people could see underneath the water. We looked at a small reef with fish, sea urchins, and turtles. Not too many turtles were out though. :[ The water is so clear here! Anyway, we then went back to the bus and rode through the French side. The houses were brightly colored, small, and set close together. The cost of living is extremely high, a gallon of milk is around 10$! The reason ...
... these pirates did more than drink rum from a dead man’s chest. Now, we find islands affiliated with the British Commonwealth, the Netherland Antilles and the French West Indies. On the British islands, vehicles drive on the right, as in Britain and Australia and Old Amsterdam cheese is sold, along with blue Delft china in the Dutch islands. The mother European language is still spoken, although the residents speak a local ...
... that fact was far from ... factual. After we checked our bags, Heather and I grabbed a taxi to Sunset beach. Sunset Beach is the beach all the planes coming into St. Maarten, fly directly over right before touchdown. I'd seen videos of it, but nothing could have prepared me for how incredible it actually was. We spent about 1/2 hour there. Someday, I'd like to spend a day there.
The flight to Charlotte was uneventful. By the time ...
... every day; geographically it's beautiful, of course, but it goes deeper than that. Saba is not a five-star resort, nor is it as popular a vacation destination as say Costa Rica, so it's not catered to tourists, it's catered to its residents. That kind of beauty can be as elusive as growing to be comfortable with yourself. You have to search it out, accept the good with the bad, and let yourself sink into it. Every day, I find myself sinking into Saba just a little bit ...
The pretty island of Saint Barthelemy, commonly known as St.Barts, is a French colony, which I didn't realize otherwise would have brought our Euros which is their local currency. The capital is Gustavia so called after the Swedish monarch King Gustaf from the time it was owned by the Swedes. The Swedes sold it back to the French in 1878. The ship moored off the coast as the island ...