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We are now preparing to leave St Maarten, finally. After spending a fair amount of time here,we have circumnavigated the Island several times, visited St Barth, Isle de Fourchue, photographed turtles, entertained guests and had dinghy rides back and forth across the lagoon from France to Holland! The French side being more eloquent, more intelligent, and civilised, but more expensive. On the Dutch side we shop and have fitted our new ...
... body was filled with hives, she was itching like crazy and her throat was feeling tight. She took copious amounts of Benadryl and went straight to bed. Alston and I checked on her throughout the night and she was better by morning. But it was a scare and Susan has decided to stay away from seafood, which is sometimes pumped full of sulfites, and most likely caused Susan's allergic reaction. We all loved St. Barth and think we may try to stay there on a future ...
... she is a 'big sister' to this evening. They are 2 teenage girls, 14 and 15 - Amanda and Tash. They are sweet girls but it struck me today how sheltered they are form the world, how narrow-minded and blind sighted they are. But they don't even realise it. We were talking about how sometimes when it rains, and the sand cools down the turtles hatch. So we suggested the girls do a rain dance to the rain gods so that we could see the ...
... exorbitant and when you add the cost of the private jet over, you probably would get very little change out of 1.3 million Dollars.
A few days before we left St Maarten, Tamara tried to find a restaurant for us on St Barts for new Years Eve. Well, there was absolutely nothing left. And the one we thought would be the cheapest turned out to be around 400 dollars a head. And even they were sold out! Can you
believe that? So we ate on board ...
... and we do know that gold mines were abundant, but today the gold is gone from the mines, but they have found plenty of gold from tourism and casinos.
Our tour was quite interesting (not just the tour guide and her stories - she was busy trashing
St. Martins (she said she could because she was born there) and also Curacao, which stole all of their gold in the ...