The Towers at Mullet Bay

Address: PO Box 2024, Mullet Bay, St. Maarten/St. Martin | Hotel
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This hotel, located on PO Box 2024, Mullet Bay, is near Edge II to Saba, Aqua Mania Adventures, Rhino Riders out to Creole Rock, and Lambada & Tango.
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    A travel blog entry by extendedranger on Jul 07, 2015

    3 comments, 49 photos

    ... diving was great- Sea Saba has 2 dive boats, basically one for beginners and one for the more advanced divers. I got placed with a group of very proficient divers, in fact we were all so equal in ability that all were commenting (including the divemasters) on how fun and relaxing it was diving together- one of the best times I have had diving aside from private charters. I did 2 dives a day, and one night dive. The night dive was great, and I was ...

    Goodbye St Martin. Hello Grenada

    A travel blog entry by phoenixreilly on Sep 16, 2014

    3 photos

    ... or so before I head off to Grenada. My word their security is odd! I was not allowed to take my open can of sprite (that I bought in the airport, after security) out onto the Tarmac with me to board the plane. But when we land in Antigua we are just vaguely directed to the airport building and left to wander wherever we want. The walk from the plane to the building and back again was a good 10 minutes. Yes that's right I got off the ...

    The Islands that Brush the Clouds: Saba

    A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Jun 27, 2014

    8 photos

    ... 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 ...

    So this is Saba

    A travel blog entry by mikeanddyana on Mar 30, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... breakfast. A taxi driver was booked for the day and the eight of us from both boats shared his little taxi van.

    So, our first stop was "The Ladder." Now Saba is a volcanic island rising vertically straight up out of the sea. At its peak there is this tropical crater. This particular island is very different from any others we've been to. No beaches to speak of; and in the olden days (now that takes me back a bit), the tall three masted wooden sailing ships had to anchor ...

    The Real Caribbean Olympics

    A travel blog entry by mikeanddyana on Mar 03, 2013

    6 photos

    ... A
    dancing competition. Each team had five minutes to work out some sort of routine. It was going to be judges on its merit; how together they all were, and anything else the judges could think of. The only problem was that the teams would not know what the music was going to be until they were 'on stage’. And then have to adapt their version of the dance to the music. If you could find a costume to wear, you’d receive more points. And that was all ...