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

      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

      ... and 18th century this tiny island that is only 5 miles long and 2 1/2 miles wide or 11.6 square miles, was such a big deal. Statia was a major trading hub with about 20,000 inhabitants. In 2011 it's census recorded 3,700 souls. It is said to be have been one of the busiest port in the whole region. It was so prosperous that it was nicknamed the Golden Rock. Reese read us a journal entry from a visitor that recorded how everything imaginable was ...


      A travel blog entry by pdh61 on Dec 21, 2012

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... up several towels (obviously they are left from yesterday i think and dump them in the used laundry hopper) and adopt a lounger. read my book in the early morning sun. The Germans return and say nothing and go off and get more towels. if only i had God Save the Queen on my iPad. Too hot to be on or around the beach although there is a decent off shore breeze today (obviously a freak storm brewing tonight for our sailing tomorrow) ...

      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 ...

      Money, money, money!

      A travel blog entry by livin_the_dream on Apr 30, 2011

      3 photos

      ... 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 ...