Christopher St Barth
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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... small markets run mostly by the islands Chinese residents. There are two bakeries, one they call the Dutch baker and the other the Dominican baker. We tried them both (surprised?) and found both of them to be quite good, but different. Once you get to know the island a bit, it is easier to find the things you need (not want) but they aren't always exactly what you would prefer. You make do with what you can get. That's the beauty of island life. ...
... him out. Not everyone can see them as food and not pets (update- Reese has been able to overcome his reluctance and has culled many of the roosters that roam the lower Quill near his home. I am sure many of his neighbors are grateful for the extra sleep) while finishing the job with Sheree's Dad she found that this rooster had a strange lump in its upper thigh. When inspected it turned out to be a BB that had healed over from a previous unsuccessful attempt ...
... is housed. No lights here. A large land crab and a couple of endangered island iguanas also call this shed home.
We then head to the next structure for a tour. Maybe it is because we are tired but we are unsure where we are going in the pitch black that our little family seems to know instinctively. We next visit the "main house". Another rectangle building with white walls, deep red corrugated tin steep roof and turquoise shutters ...
... through. Fri - day 3 Getting ready for a trip out in our new motor Eric checks the boot ( dry locker at front of dinghy) and there is a lot of water in it! After bailing out it still keeps coming in so we decide another trip back across the lagoon to point out our problem! A mystified service man can't see where the problem is so decides to hoist the dingy out the water to check the bottom. No damage no holes so he decides to open the valve on the bottom to see what is ...
A day with Mauricio Handler...
My stay luckily overlapped with a visit from National Geographic photographer Mauricio and his beast of a camera called Red. Mauricio spent 10 days on Statia - 5 water, 5 land and I was delighted to tag along for a dive with him plus a day photographing the tropic birds. You might have seen this iconic picture before...this is Mauricio! The image was taken by ...