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distinct French flavor, St. Barths is one of the most sophisticated and
expensive of the Caribbean islands. It has been described as a playground for
the rich and famous, and it was clear on our arrival that it is still home to
the affluent and particularly wealthy owners of yachts and multi-million dollar
motor launches. One boat in port was aptly named One More Toy.
Well everything they said about St Barts was true. Exclusive, French, sophisticated, luxurious and magical. Magical because the Euros just disappeared without trying. i picked up a beautiful dress which had heads turning at dinner this evening and which will forever remind me of this fabulous day. We looked long and hard for celebrities but sadly without success.
We saw yachts of all sizes ...
** Wots a weekend? St. Bart's is a very French small island. Many rich & famous. All the high-end shops. Beautiful boats in the harbor. Had to take a tender, about a 15 minute ride. There was a yacht that we thought couldn't possibly be private, but it is! Some UK retail billionaire, friends with Simon ...
... along with jet skis... Please! It was some what amazing yet way too much! We walked around the town filled with every high end shop that you can imagine. Sorry, no t-shirts from St. Bart's! Later on tonight we head off to San Juan, our last port before home. We are hiking in the rain forest at that port and can't wait for the ...
... 8217;t, so I explained to him the moment I was having. We then went back to the beach to hang out for a little while longer and saw the moon rising from our spot. When it was getting time for Tuto to head back to Marigot, he kept saying that he would walk me back to my place and then go back to the main road to catch a ride. I insisted that it was just down the street and I’m a big girl, so it was ok. He asked me ‘are you sure ...