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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      Travel Blogs from Windwardside

      Dodging the rain

      A travel blog entry by ellisasailing on Jan 07, 2014

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      ... seas and confused seas meant 3 attempts later we are tied up only to be reminded of how uncomfortable this anchorage us! Time to put out back anchor and note to self - NOT coming back here again! Need to leave early tomorrow as long let to St Martin and more high winds and big seas - 3m plus waves. Oh joy - bring on that first sun ...

      Rum!

      A travel blog entry by bbopper on May 01, 2013

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      ... had. I'm used to things like Captain Morgan's which burns the throat a bit on the way down; this stuff was sweet and smooth as butter, and actually enjoyable to sip. I had fresh passionfruit ice cream for dessert which, let's just say, was almost as good as the rum. I could eat that stuff for breakfast. And lunch. And dinner. And snacks. And for no reason at all other than to get fat off of eating passionfruit ice cream 24/7. That plus the rum, now THERE'S ...

      Up the Volcano

      A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Dec 08, 2012

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      ... t so deep. I think the bottom was close to sea-level. In my mind, the inside of the volcano would be rocky, but it was actually covered in plants and very green. I don't know if other volcanos are like this or not, but this one completely changed my preconceptions.
      All in all, it took us over 2 hours to get to the top at a pretty strenuous pace. It took us plenty of time to get down too, as there were many places where we had to climb down ...

      Money, money, money!

      A travel blog entry by livin_the_dream on Apr 30, 2011

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      ... one I had sailed on had been used for smuggling and apparently most of the boats they built filled that role. There are about 8 of them here in St Barth for the race. The captain had a dinner party on the ship for all of them last night in part to make sure we could all get on them as crew for the races today and tomorrow. I had watch yesterday which extended into last night's party so it was my plan to do possibly sleep today. Well, the captain saw me ...

      A French Caribbean Isle

      A travel blog entry by bumihills on Mar 22, 2011

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      ... gratuity on purchases. Additionally most of the other ports had very small wine selections, if any, and the stores were not air conditioned, which was not ideal for wine storage.

      As we took none of the optional excursions offered, we walked Gustavia from end to end, visiting the lighthouse area for a view of the port from above, and Shell Beach, on the other end. Shell beach appeared to be the popular local spot and it was very pretty.
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