Christopher St Barth
Travel Blogs from St. Barthélemy
So after just 3 weeks on the island it was time to leave - my lift was here! I really enjoyed my time on Statia. I got to see some amazing things and meet some amazing people. It wasn't as busy as I would have liked but on the plus side I had a beautiful back drop to many hours spend reading in the sun. How could I possibly complain about that?
Next stop.....the South of France.
Love Fi xxx
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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
... br> twenty seconds later Dyana & I were in the highly scientific tunnel wide enough for a small lorry, and about twenty five metres long. It was painted all white; and that’s literally as far as the scientific bit went. A guy in dirty blue overalls sauntered up with a clip board. Very important to have one of these: makes you look more official and important.
Glancing at us sitting in the car he pulled a solid black gate in front of ...
... driving in Naples, Italy, he pulled duty as primary driver.
We met with a couple of local tourism pros, Teddy and JP, got some ideas for Tuesday, then pointed our rental car north out of the Dutch side of Sint Maarten and across the border into French Saint Martin. ...
... down below to make myself useful and cook supper. NOT A GOOD IDEA – the boat was moving around do much, I was unable to stand and the nausea began to return. So I waited, listening to Matt and Ed shouting to each other in the rain and wind, wondering if we would be ok. At one point all went quiet and I did wonder for a second if they had gone overboard!!! To cut a long story short, we finally sat down to spag bol (cooked by Matt, the trooper!) at 10.30 pm, having arrived at ...
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