Turquoise Shell Inn
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... fraternise much. I saw quite a few people bowled over though.
There were loads of beach sellers, so I took a photo as they were quite colourful. One of them got quite nasty with me, so I asked her what made her think that I would want ...
... prepare their lorries and the fantastic costumes. Then they all converge on a 'Carnival Village’ where miraculously, out of disorganised chaos emerges simple chaos. And I have to tell you there is quite a big difference between the two. Please don’t ask me what, but I know there is a
difference. The two biggest things about this, and I presume the Rio Carnival is that the dancers have to give it as ...
... Bay and around the island.
The first leg was downwind along the south coast towards the west tip of the island. Predictably, it wasn't long before we were passing slower boats in classes that started ahead of us. The Lerouge 50, Foudebassan, used a spinnaker on this run and caught and passed us. None of the other Multihull 2 class boats ever threatened us and on the upwind leg in Anguilla channel we really pulled away and we ...
... after year.
Bottom line, in yacht racing, this is the BIG TIME!
The regatta is a six-day yacht racing festival, consisting of three separate races in the main event, this year being held on March 2, 3, and 4. Prior to that, two “regattas within a regatta” were held for specialty races on February 28 and March 1. In between the action on the water, the whole island of St. Martin – both the French and Dutch ...
... of Paris. The street fair included arts and crafts but the parade of costumed dancers was eliminated this particular night due to a rain forecast. We selected a moderate restaurant for dinner and enjoyed our walkabout the town where all the shops remained open late for this particular weekly event that draws crowds from all over the island.
On Wednesday morning, February 29 we sailed back around to Simpson Bay on the ...