Queen's Gardens Resort - Hampshire Classic
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... other, a great tour guide. As a life long resident, he knows everything about everything when it comes to Saba. As we started out tour, we came across some hunters with a pick-up load of dead goats. Goats on Saba are like chickens on Kauai, they are everywhere. With the exception that the goats are all owned by "someone". None of the goats have brands so I asked Peddy how they told one from the other. He just smiled and said they "figure it out", ...
... frozen meat and fresh vegetables. Examples- an 8 lb turkey breast was $33.00, 10 lbs of russet potatoes are $10.00, one quart of milk $4.25! But Kraft Macaroni and Cheese was $1.10 and 5 lbs of Dutch margarine in a can was $4.00. The place is filled to the brim with a small amount of a wide variety of products and is restocked each Wednesday when the boat comes in to port. The upper floor is kind of like a mini department store with everything ...
Saba, Statia, St. Kitts, Nevis & Montserrat are five small volcanic islands rising steeply from the sea until their peaks brush the clouds. St. Kitts, the highest, is 4,000 ft. The smallest, Statia, is 2,000 feet. The high mountains trap moisture and as a result have a lush, tropical canopy as they ascend. Saba and Statia (St. Eustatius) are part of the Netherlands. St. Kitts ...
So after a wonderful night mixing with the rich and famous, I bet they didn't really know who we were, had a leisurely breakfast before dinghying over to another racing catamaran called Cool Cat. Now isn't that just a brilliant name for a boat! And there we discussed the future plans. It seems that when you sail, and are always at the mercy of the winds and seas
and everything is, now how can I put it without seeming to make a pun out of it? And I think the correct word is ...
Coming into the Caribbean by plane was breathtaking; I've never seen water like it before. The ocean was a gorgeous sapphire colour, while the island were rimmed with a crystal clear turquoise ring. It took me a few minutes to really fathom that I was actually in the Caribbean.
Getting to the cabin when we landed on Saba took us almost to the top of the island, which (if I remember correctly) is 800m at its peak. Our cabin ...