St. Christopher Club
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- Tennis Court
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Multilingual staff
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... paragliding on the internet before arriving in St. Kitts. The owner who offered sky diving was gone for the season. The owner who offered power paragliding, who was located in Cockleshell Bay, informed me that it was too windy to go.
We left Reggae Beach and decided that we would take in a few sights on the main island before the sun set. We took the road around the perimeter of St. Kitts. While on this road, we came ...
... decided to eat their lunch, and for good reason because both of us ended up sick when we got back on the ship. Ugg. We refused to let a little bug ruin our night, so after an hour nap, we sucked it up and ended up having a really good time! We ate dinner at our favorite table with our favorite server. While eating, an overwhelming feeling came over me. I reeeaallly missed my kids. ...
... the area and poke around a while. He told us he would pick us up at the first classroom break. We met a new friend named Stanley when we were leaving the Fort. He insisted we come back to see him. He had just rung the bell that sits up on the wall. He told us that it was his job to ring this bell every day at noon and he had not missed a day for 40 years. He wanted us to take a picture with him. Such a proud man. We walked out of the fort and ...
Author: Toutou We left Eustatia early in the morning with grey skies, winds in the mid to upper teens and making our way to St. Kitts. About five miles off the coast of Eustatia we found ourselves in 30-35 knot winds. It came so rapidly that we didn't have time to put down our jib all the way. The wind showed her strength and started pushing us sideways with the jib three quarters up. Luckily we had our engines on so we could keep the boat from drifting ...
Author: Maya with Introduction from Toutou
Maya wrote two poems and I wanted to share it with you. This is through the eyes of our child.
Sometimes I ask my friends "What do you see in the ocean and wind?"
They say "I see water".
"How about the wind?" I ask.
"I see nothing. The wind is air and you can't see it. Why do you ask?" they say.
I see more.
My eyes are ...