The Towers at Mullet Bay
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... On the recommendation of our server, we strolled over to the Soggy Dollar bar on the water and had cocktails next to the gorgeous yachts tied up at the dock. We struck up some good conversations with crew members from the yachts and heard about some fabulous travels. Makes me wish I had done some more adventurous things when I was younger...flown the nest, so to speak! At least I get to do it now on the arms of the three Lovely Ladies from ...
2/9/14 So I have had my job in Grenada confirmed. I will be heading down to the south Caribbean island in a little over 2 weeks, after I finish up my internship here in St Martin. There is quite a lot to do as Reilly will be coming over to join me ASAP, and he needs paperwork done, flights booked, vet trips (thanks to team mummy, cause I am not there to do that). I have had a look and think I have ...
... slaves. The few of African decent present on the island where mostly freed, former slaves of nearby Statia. Today there are only 1500 full time residents living in two villages that look as though they were plucked from 19th century Holland. Interestingly, they do host a major American medical school that, when in session, adds 40-50% to their population. The residents take great pride in their island and ...
... the cursing of the gang of men now.
So we did " the ladder " all nine hundred down...... to the lousy beach! And then guess what..... you're way ahead of me..... yes..... nine hundred back up. Aahhh.. we could all feel lunch coming on with a good sit down and lots of beer. So the taxi driver dropped us at the restaurant called the Eco Lodge. And as its name implies, right in the middle of the forest.
Just excellent. No electricity, and everything eco. Loved it! Hope ...
... to reopen, so I decided to hike to the fort I had read about. The fort by the museum is apparently the wrong one. You can hike to it, but since it is in use, you can't get in past the police guards. So, I read a bit and napped on a park bench by the museum for a few minutes until it reopened.
The museum is 2 euro and not worth that much. The displays are pretty sparse. Most of the museum is words in French, although each panel ...