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... as the name implies, are a bit more bitter than the oranges we're used to. I apparently just missed the season for "Caribbean durian" which I'm bummed about, but I'm sure there are equally weird foods out here I have yet to try.
Well, not much else to tell you about the day. That's not true - I saw a ton of bats as we sat on the restaurant patio. I love bats! That made my night.
The tree frogs are singing their lullabies. Goodnight from Saba.
... for pre-dinner cocktails and had a great time chatting with Logie who's been with Silver Seas for 17 years! Dinner with the group in the Main Dining Room - where I was welcomed like an old friend by Marcello! Got to admire how these pros never forget a face after they've seen you a couple of times! As always the meal and the company was excellent. Then off to the Panorama Lounge to liven things up with a little dancing. Fun, fun, ...
... stage at a Royal Variety Concert, they all; and I mean all started singing Happy Birthday to me. And now I had to along with the situation. What a great silent laugh. And only in St Maarten.
It’s that time of the year again.
In Europe it usually happens in February. In Brazil, it’s also the same month. But here in St Maarten it’s always a good time for a CARNIVAL. Great excitement all around as ...
... mark. We held our starboard tack until getting to the port lay line for the windward mark, thereby tacking to be upwind of the mega yacht when passing it. This may have helped us get to the windward mark with a substantial lead. In addition, our later tack to port allowed us to be much closer to the windward mark to call our tack to starboard to round the mark with more precision. After tacking and rounding the windward mark, we were off out ...
... reputation over the years. If you’re an active racer, you’ve at least heard of it or perhaps dreamed of being part of it. As described in Caribbean sailing publication, All at Sea, "No other Caribbean regatta brings together such a gathering of international, regional, and local sailing talent…." Reading this year’s entry list is like reading the Who’s Who of yachting as the celebrated rock stars of the sport ...