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    andynap is online now
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    dadto6 is offline
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    Re: Menu-1/17-1/19

    Thank you Andy,
    Choosing between Zion, La Licorne or So'Cuisine. Putting up to a vote before the group soon. Lots of choices.

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    Hawke is offline
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    Re: Menu-1/17-1/19

    Good choices.

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    amyb is offline
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    Re: Menu-1/17-1/19

    Phil often reminds me that it is very difficult to starve on this island. Many fine picks today.
    Remember Yesterday, Dream About Tomorrow, But Live Today.

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    Hawke is offline
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    Re: Menu-1/17-1/19

    Quote Originally Posted by amyb View Post
    Phil often reminds me that it is very difficult to starve on this island. Many fine picks today.
    This is so true for anyone visiting. After the hurricane we were staying for a week in Anse de Caye. Our villa was in fine shape, however the villas on each side were damaged and each was housing workers that were repairing each villa. Both crews were extremely considerate. They did not start work before 8 am and no jackhammering until we left the villa in the morning. We left a case of beer at each house when we left the following Saturday in thanks. I don't think they were starving, however they were not living the life that most tourists on St Barts live.

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    stbartshopper is offline
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    Re: Menu-1/17-1/19

    We also visited after the hurricane and even though the trucks were out and lots of reconstruction was going on, people were considerate and grateful we didn’t let the storm damage get in the way of our love for the island. St. Barth STRONG!

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    amyb is offline
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    Re: Menu-1/17-1/19

    Hawke, that was a kind and thoughtful gesture. I am sure it was appreciated.
    Remember Yesterday, Dream About Tomorrow, But Live Today.

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