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... br> Rob and I talked with a couple from Texas, who after seeing St. Martin are thinking about having their honeymoon there. This was their first cruise.
We then headed down to the Casino, and it was an up and down, mostly down night. We agreed to only gamble $200, and we stuck to that. We headed back up to the room, and turned on the movie Thor. I made it about 5 minutes into the movie before I was sound asleep. ...
... br> The International airport is located on the Dutch side and is perhaps best known for very low-altitude flyover landing approaches due to one end of its runway being extremely close to the shore and Maho Beach. There are many videos on YouTube showing how low they are.
We arrived for a 45 minute explore of Marigot. Today was local market day so the traffic ...
... the whole time, actually more safe, I did not see any gang bangers or hear any loud boom boxes. We go to Anguilla to get away from all that, living in Las Vegas, all that is a constant, so when we go somewhere, it is to get away from the noise and partiers.
If you are still reading, thank you, it has been a pleasure sharing my adventure with you. We will be back in November and as usual, can hardly wait to get there and never want to leave.
Luck to you,
... yellow submarine appears by our pier. It appears to be a surface vessel. Certainly in terms of trades description it is yellow? The sub marine bit well let's see. At our first "stop" we see a ship wreck (circa 1995 hurricane) in the bay entrance. We go down below. It is a surface vessel but with a glass bottomed area below the surface, feels like being in a submarine. The wreck is surrounded by sharks, tropical fish and sea turtles. Next stop an area beside some rocks ...
Like most of the Caribbean Islands tourism is huge and we can understand why when we docked here- there were 6 cruise ships in port with 20,000+ passengers spilling into the town of Philipsburg with money to spend and shopping for duty free goods on the mind. OK ...