Christopher St Barth
Travel Blogs from St. Barthélemy
... pressure, with all the ____ that is going on at CJ, they never let it show. Love and admire them all and wish them all nothing but the best. Truly, to feel so welcome and at home at CJ just gives me goosebumps!
I would say their menu has an eastern/ Asian flair, we shared the spring rolls, - they were really good - great crispy crust and packed full of veggies -a big portion with a spicy peanut dipping sauce - very good.
DH had the lemon grass ...
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Back to ship
Tender back to Shell Beach to watch sunset
Saw professional photo shoot at beach
Dinner was nuts, potato chips bought at grocery store
Shipmate's story of renting Vespa without any ID, etc.
Mai Tai's on ship while packing
Chicken skewers - midnight snack
... to focus in on the drumming which was definitely more in time and in tune with the chanting. So after each chant which lasted between five and ten minutes there was a period of silence in which we could, “get into contact with our inner beings and reflect on the words.” His words not mine. In fact my
mantra... instead of being what is should have been was, ‘chocolate cake, chocolate cake, chocolate cake,’ over and over again. ...
... however, that prices were marked in guilders. The owner rang up our purchase, then punched another button to convert the guilders to U.S. dollars, about 60% of the guilder price.
Today’s walk planning was a bit frustrating. Walking along the beach after breakfast, ...
... side of St Maarten, where we moored for the night after the mast incident, eating out in a French restaurant and agreeing that it felt very different to the Dutch side of the island with its ‘all you can eat’ offerings. I went back to Marigot today, by local bus (a kind of hop on and yell out when you want to get off affair) to mooch around the lovely shops and cafes to be found on the French side – and guess what I found???!! (this will not surprise my ...