Sheriva Villa Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... it just means you are curious about the world. 11/9/14 About to head over to the beach AGAIN. Still no sign of them. They gives us no warning. The beach will look totally untouched until the babies emerge from beneath the sand. Fingers crossed today is the day... 12/9/14 I spent the night on the beach and still no turtles! Sleeping on the beach is way more romantic in books and movies. It was a good night with new friends but ...
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of their table. And again, our Prime Minister Sarah was there, so we had to have another picture taken together. Hope you like it. Can you imagine this happening in Europe? No. Neither can I.
Now, for those of you who are Trekkie fans, this will come as a complete surprise. It Landed. Yes. I promise ... it did. And right here in St Maarten. The Starship Enterprise. All it needed was William Shatner ...
... the Dutch side of St Maarten over to the French side, St Martin. Rather than fight over the island the Dutch and French signed a Concordia in the 17th century to split and share the island and so we now have two similar but also very different sides to the same island. Our first stop is Ma Doudou's Rum Factory which turns out to be a small shack by the side of the road. The rum (or Rhum as it is spelt here) we get to taste is excellent. They import the rum ...
... the time I made it back down, it was about time for the ferry to return to St. Maarten. The ride back is much less choppy as we're going with the wind instead of against it, which also makes it shorter. It was nice timing, because even with the afternoon traffic, I had plenty of time to get back to the hotel, grab my bags, repack for the flights, get a taxi to the airport, check in, and then just sit at the airport. Liat- Leaves Island ...
Seven years ago we sat on the beach at Phillipsburg St Maarten and watched the cruise ship passengers pour off five massive cruise ships. We were travelling independently in the Caribbean and vowed that we would NEVER EVER be one of those passengers. No, you would NEVER see us hoarded into groups and given 5 hours in Port to "see" a country.
Whoops! - here we are arriving in St Maarten as cruise passengers on the very ...