Sunset Gardens Suites
Travel Blogs from St. Thomas
... seen so many Jewellery stores in
one tiny place and it really was overkill.
This was a shame for us because we like to wander around the small towns
and go into the shops at our leisure.
There was very little inviting us to stay on the main streets because
the shops were just so dull to us. The
redeeming feature was that the streets themselves, including the alleys I spoke
about earlier were pretty to look at.
... 30min wi-fi, champagne or hat/t-shirts etc but we didn't win anything. No-one really mingled as seats were clustered in small groups but we did meet an older couple from Atlanta Georgia - Gail & Dave - and they were very nice. They were ...
... with brightly colored coral, wave created sand formations and thousands of species of marine life. Well worth the detour we were thrilled to experience a piece of the destination we had been taking our guests to for over a month. After soaking in the marina pool for hours in Tortola, we made another nine hour haul the following morning back to Saint Maarten to meet the owners. Just one night in Philibsburg and we are (FINALLY) off to a new country for the first time in almost ...
... I gave him my most pathetic look, like the one I use when I go to Kohl's and claim I left my 30% off coupon at home by mistake, and Nate let me keep my shoes on. Works like a charm!
Nate is a Chef by trade and currently cooks at Coco Blue, a restaurant in Red Hook. He makes sushi and desserts and "moonlights" a few days a week with the Clear Kayak tours. He's originally from Idaho and swears his Dad is a real ...
... a few bits for the kids but not much to
buy and quite expensive. We chatted to a very nice market stall woman who, instead of saying what she had she sang it all, very uplifting! We did about half of 'jewellery street' before we got sick of diamonds and brand names and headed to a bar for a drink and free wifi. We had a couple of cocktails and then a couple more so by the time we got on line we were ...