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  1. Thread: St. Martin

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    Re: St. Martin

    Yes,but you said there was another upscale spot in Sandy Ground. I wondered if that might have been Le Santal.
  2. Thread: St. Martin

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    Andy, was it Le Santal?

    I believe Rainbow is one of the few places still operating in Grand Case after Irma. I hoped to get there this trip but we ran out of time.
  3. Thread: St. Martin

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    Re: St. Martin

    Mario’s Bistro is always an excellent choice. They used to be located in Sandy Ground but I believe they’re in Cupecoy now.
  4. Thread: St. Martin

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    Re: St. Martin

    We just spent 6 days in SXM. We had long beach days with amazing lunches at Karibuni on Pinel and Anse Marcel Beach Club on Anse Marcel. AMBC is a hidden gem and we’re looking forward to returning...
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    Re: Villa Petite St Louis - Corrosol

    Just by PSL is a small apartment affiliated with Hotel Ptit Morne. We were at the apartment until 6/21. As of that date, there was ongoing construction for the installation of several cisterns...
  6. Thread: Things We Miss

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    Re: Things We Miss

    The salade chèvre chaude at Andy’s Hideaway.
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    Re: A few pics from last night's forum party

    Thank you Charles and Betty for a lovely evening. We enjoyed seeing old friends and meeting new ones.
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    Re: Forum Gathering June 13th

    We three would love to attend. Thank you!
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    Re: St Barts with a newborn! Any info?

    Our daughter has, and has always had, incredibly sensitive skin. Her dermatologist recommended Elta MD sunblock. It is extremely effective and she had no reaction. It can be pricy, but Amazon...
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    Re: St Barts with a newborn! Any info?

    adonovan10,

    Thinking back, I remember we had no problem purchasing diapers (you’ll have to do the lb to kg conversion), but found no swim diapers. Bring those from home if you think you’ll use...
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    Re: St Barts with a newborn! Any info?

    Amy, time is truly flying. And I seem to remember that Ava really liked you both ;).
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    Re: St Barts with a newborn! Any info?

    Our daughter was five months old when we first brought her to the island. Our villa owner was wonderful. She provided a pack and play type crib, a small bathtub, mosquito netting, a beach tent, and...
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    Re: La vie est belle

    Beautiful photos.

    If more more turtles are what you’re looking for, a colony of them live across the road from the office for Hotel le P’tit Morne in Colombier. One day we were greeted by a total...
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    Re: Rededication of Colombier Chapel

    Fantastic.
  15. Thread: Cocktails

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    Re: Cocktails

    Is BAZ open at this time of year? That used to be our go to for after dinner cocktails and music.
  16. Re: Congratulations France for winning the World Cup

    Felicitations!

    I too was moved by Macron’s expression toward athletes from both teams. Some pundits insist Croatia played a better game, but in the end it’s the goals that matter.

    We were on...
  17. Thread: Cocktails

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    Re: Cocktails

    Tamarin is absolutely beautiful. You could go for cocktails before or after dinner elsewhere, but do have dinner there one night if you haven’t already. It was the highlight of our recent trip. If...
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    Re: Au Regal poster boy

    Au Regal was our neighborhood resto on this last trip. The only time we saw Rosemond was we were making our way to the airport to begin our journey home. He was outside on the porch with his camera...
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    Re: Sargassum at Gouverneur

    I’m glad to hear the situation at Gouverneur improved. When we stopped by about 10-14 days ago, the beach was covered from end to end and rafts of it continued to come in. Two women were hard at work...
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    Re: sargasses marigot now

    Gouverneur was inundated last week. Anse des Cayes has quite a bit too.
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    Re: Les Mouettes Reopens

    An ideal location. Lorient has become a favorite beach of ours.
  22. Re: Le Marché de St Barth - Sunday June 3, 8:00 - 12:00

    Paella looks delicious!
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    Re: Counting Down the Days!

    Thanks Diana!

    Our daughter is impossibly “picky” but she found something at each place I mentioned. Grilled fish or chicken always works if a burger isn’t available. We joked that she might turn...
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    Re: Counting Down the Days!

    Hi Jillian,

    We will soon return to SBH with our 6 year old. its our 8th trip with her but we have yet to make the hike. It’s something we will consider this year.

    If you do make the hike and...
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    Re: SBHOnline Member PeterNJ has Passed.

    My sympathies to Peter’s family and friends. He was a devoted son who found much joy in family, the beach, and music. I will miss his contributions here.
  26. Thread: Au Regal 5-2

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    Re: Au Regal 5-2

    Nancy, here is the menu. They also have specials.

    http://www.bestofsaintbarth.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/AUREGAL_MENU_271117_EN.pdf
  27. Thread: Au Regal 5-2

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    Re: Au Regal 5-2

    We, too, are fans of Au Regal. Our daughter is now 6 and has enjoyed many meals there. Staying nearby this year, so I’m sure it will be a frequent stop.
  28. Thread: All I Wanna Do

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    Re: All I Wanna Do

    Sounds like the beginning of a memorable “last day”....until next time.
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    Re: Birds on a Wire and Friends

    I definitely thought I was seeing things the first time I saw a peacock on the island.

    Funny story Leon!
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    Re: Birds on a Wire and Friends

    I’ve seen peacocks on a wire in Colombier.
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    Re: Day #9, Day #10? I Don’t Know...

    Beautiful. Like watching pastels come to life.
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    Re: Best Dessert - Chocolat, Chocolat, Chocolat

    I miss the ile flottant from Wall House. So good!
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    Re: West Indies Regatta/Artisinal Market

    So many great events at this time of year. I miss our April trips.
  34. Thread: Vitamin Store

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    Re: Vitamin Store

    I believe you are thinking of the Parapharmacie in St. Jean. It was open during my visit last summer, but I'm not sure of its current status.
  35. Thread: Anse de Cayes

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    Re: Anse de Cayes

    We stayed in Anse des Cayes for several years and enjoyed both lunch and dinner at Chez Yvon. It’s a low key, family run restaurant, and as Kevin described, you’ll find few other tourists there. They...
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