Scout's Place Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Good food, free wifi, good location, GREAT staff, GREAT dive team.
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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.
... these neat round 2-person beach chairs. The palm trees seem strategically placed for optimum beauty. The sunset view from there was pretty amazing.
The food was generally pretty good too. They had an interesting mix of cuisine- some Asian items like sushi, some seafood, some Italian items like risotto. The one thing that really stood out though was the pumpkin soup.
This pumpkin soup may have been he best bowl of soup I've ever had in ...
... was said and done. I don't know if I'll go tomorrow or not. They are planning to make a whole day of it whereas today's race was over by 1. I did see a whale breaching and a couple others swimming along as we sailed which was very cool.
This is a very french port. A local band came and performed during the party mentioned above. They sang french sea chanties and folk songs all in french of course. And they have those wonderful breads and pastries ...
... St. Barts back to France in 1878 and it remains part of France today.
13 March 2011 will be remembered by Ray and I as our day of independence - ie. the day we finally got out of St. Maarten. All the hard work was finally over, and we were setting sail for St. Barts - and our very first anchorage, of Anse de Colombier.
We had fueled up at Simpson Bay Marina in St. Maarten the day before and exited ...
... the wind pushing the water out of one end, deck
chairs being blown over the wall… can't see more than 100 meters through the
rain. They have called this "Tropical Depression #17" and now that it’s 800 km
north of St. Maarten it has turned into category-2 Hurricane “Otto”. Nice.
So we head for the airport at 7:00am under brighter broken skies, even a pinch ...