El Momo Cottages

Address: Booby Hill, Windwardside, Saba | Resort
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This resort is located on Booby Hill, Windwardside.
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        TripAdvisor Reviews El Momo Cottages Windwardside

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        Travel Blogs from Windwardside

        Day #6 Gustavia, St. Barth — Saba

        A travel blog entry by chris.markus on Apr 01, 2015

        5 photos

        ... loose in the night. Well the problem occurred while I was pilot using the engine to slowly sneak up on the mooring ball from the downwind side. Think of a hunter sneaking up on prey. Well we hooked the ball with pole hook then the wind took over. Greg got the rope through the loop on the mooring ball tied off, but then the wind swung us around and the line went under the boat and around the keel. I stopped the engine and jumped in to see what was up, when Yelle jumped in to help ...

        Caribbean life with the locals

        A travel blog entry by azcook on Nov 15, 2014

        76 photos

        ... We were told they were small, but were shocked at the size. They are about the size of a pinky fingernail. They are Johnsoni tree frogs and we are told they are all over the Caribbean.

        We went to bed earlier than we normally do since it’s dark and it seems that the island weather makes us both sleepy. We have been told this is not uncommon for people when they first visit. The roosters again were annoying and loud much too early ...

        Sea day- ahhhhhh

        A travel blog entry by premiertravel on Mar 09, 2014

        1 comment, 12 photos

        ... 160; I did manage to drag one, loudly, to a small spot in the sun. I, naturally, was making a scene the entire way. We passed the island of Monserratt,  where in 2010 they had a volcanic eruption which wiped out the entire town of Plymouth.  To see the lava field and the destruction it caused was surreal. Later in the afternoon most everyone on the ship was having a very hard time staying awake. ...

        Up the Volcano

        A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Dec 08, 2012

        7 photos

        ... the walking stick, I still fell 5 times, and slipped countless others. We were all pretty muddy by the time the tour was over.
        However, it was worth the views. While I missed a lot of the rainforest as we journeyed because I was busy looking at the ground to not fall, David did stop us for breaks every once in a while, and we saw some cool views. He explained a few of the more interesting trees and vines to us, including one tree that gives ...

        St Maarten

        A travel blog entry by guykb on Jan 28, 2012

        3 photos

        ... the shops (yep, the same old dross). We stopped for a drink at a place called Lizzie's where there was an old guy selling some handmade jewellery so I bought Jess a couple of pieces as an anniversary present. They were pretty rustic really but include some nice pieces of larimar which is described as the stone of the island because it has the same beautiful colour blue as the water. At the beach we found quite a bit of competition from the sun lounge vendors ...