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  1. Thread: Poke bol II

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    Re: Poke bol II

    Those look soooo good!
  2. Thread: Le Papillon Ivre

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    Re: Le Papillon Ivre

    Le Papillon Ivre is a wonderful little restaurant -- great food . . . though not so great at this time with respect to "social distancing" (i.e., tables quite close together).
  3. Thread: Skybar

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    Re: Skybar

    La Guerite?
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    Re: LUNCH SPECIAL AT NIKKI BEACH

    Marvelous special . . . and that it's projected to go through the summer!
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    Re: Construction roadmap

    WOW — a lot of “deviation” signs coming up on roads around the island.
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    "Tower of Koutoubia Mosque”

    . . . though it’s unrelated to St. Barths (thus, the category “Everything Else!”), I was so struck by the story behind this lovely painting that I thought that I would share it — hoping that others...
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    Re: Grapevine Hotel News

    . . . always a lovely, “first class” experience!
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    Re: Rowing to St Barts

    What a marvelous accomplishment . . . I find great joy in this success, particularly as it comes during such a fraught time.
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    Re: Gustavia Fireworks Feb. 24, 2021

    . . . no doubt, Missy! She’s going to be missed!
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    Re: Meanwhile in Sint Maarten - Yikes

    Do you think that the Captain maybe was inexperienced?
  11. Thread: Vanilla Rhum

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    Re: Vanilla Rhum

    . . . sounds like it would be a wonderful experience!
  12. Thread: SXM Map

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    Re: SXM Map

    Can't answer the question with respect to today . . . it has been about a year since I've transited through SXM, and it wasn't like this a year ago (when there still was extensive construction going...
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    Re: 2/24- News of the Day

    An annual car tax of 3,000 Euros . . . must be some important car!
  14. Thread: Memories

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    Re: Memories

    Some very nice gatherings there . . . with dinner afterwards.
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    Re: We will come back anyway

    Fun pics! More memories ahead!
  16. Re: ROMAN ABRAMOVICH’S ECLIPSE HAS RETURNED TO THE ISLAND

    Given the choice of being a guest on one or the other, which would you choose?
  17. Re: ROMAN ABRAMOVICH’S ECLIPSE HAS RETURNED TO THE ISLAND

    Solaris, at approximately 16% shorter than Eclipse and with twice as many guest cabins as Eclipse . . . it would seem that Solaris cabins will be significantly smaller than than cabins on Eclipse. ...
  18. Re: Richard Spindler IN MY DREAM WORLD, ALL HARBOR WATERS WOULD BE THIS CLEAR

    Really beautiful . . . and quite amazing!
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    Re: News of the Day-2/23

    Interesting to discover “Germinal:”
    ”Germinal is a Floréal-class frigate (French: frégate de surveillance) of the French Navy. She is the sixth and last ship of her class, and the first French...
  20. Re: Rosewood Le Guanahani St. Barth will reopen its doors in Spring 2021

    I don't think so. His "new" house -- completed about a year ago -- is on a hillside overlooking Gustavia harbor.
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    Re: Valentines Day fence jumper

    Funny!
  22. Thread: I miss.......

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    Re: I miss.......

    Good memories, dudleydog!
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    Re: Target opening date- 3/15

    I'm of a similar mind, Amy . . . so many important things that I can't control! "Plan B," thus, is important to have in mind in every crisis. With respect to getting to SBH, thus, perhaps a good...
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    Re: Saline new signs this morning

    Someone went to a huge amount of work if those signs are at every beach! I would think, that is, that it would take a lot of time to cut out the pig forms (with a scroll saw?) . . . to stencil...
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    Re: Rowing to St Barts

    Wonderful reporting!
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    Re: 2021 Rock and Roll HOF nominees

    Thanks, John! Very interesting (& Byzantine!).
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    Re: Guess who just turned 50?

    Santa Fe dining in the post-Manu world is excellent! And service, led by proprietor David & teammate Alix, is “spot on” — smiling, warmly engaging, smooth, & eager.
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    Re: stbarthcoralrestoration

    Fascinating & beautiful. Awesome work, as well! I wonder what percentage of the coral grow? All, maybe?
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    Re: 2021 Rock and Roll HOF nominees

    How are “winners” selected? And is there a certain number chosen?
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    Re: Saline new signs this morning

    How was the water? Sargassum?
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    Re: Target opening date- 3/15

    Better memory than moi, Jeanette! I recall that you're right . . . and what a stir it was! Thanks for the recall!
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    Re: Target opening date- 3/15

    You're rallying & feeling better?
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    Re: Target opening date- 3/15

    Remember when the "McDonald's" sign -- or was it "Burger King" -- went up on the roof of a building in Gustavia? (I think it was where Isoletta now is located.) Causing great consternation, it...
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    Re: Target opening date- 3/15

    Good choice, Jim!
  35. Thread: Sunset at Maya's

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    Re: Sunset at Maya's

    For 40+ years, I was an 8 / 8:30 (or later) restaurant arrival for dinner . . . 'til the past year in which I've come to appreciate the 7 PM reservation. The slower pace -- i.e., with few diners --...
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