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So, last morning in paradise, we will take the Winair flight at 2pm this afternoon to go back to Saint Martin. Air France flight at 5pm to Paris. We should be at Basel/Mulhouse at 10am on Saturday… As usual, difficult to leave the island after all this quality/family time. Again, we had fantastic holidays here. With all these strolls, landscapes, views, waves, colors, beaches and restaurants… Very restful time, energizing. Adaptation back is always brutal :-) But again, we are so happy and thankful “we could make it”, we feel lucky. Some last pictures to be posted, first some night shots (yes, it was completely dark) with a very high exposure time (30s). Always strange and funny results.
We were this year in a stunning villa, Eden House, with a marvelous garden and access to the Marigot Bay. Swimming-pool was also very nice
Let’s start today’s review with … yesterday evening! After our first visit to Fort Carl, we have thought it would be good to go there for a sunset. This was done yesterday evening before going to the Sand Bar. Definitely a good spot for sunset, as Gustavia’s lighthouse, but another perspective, more open directly to the ocean.
Today, for our last full day in Saint Barth, we’ve decided to go back to Saline. What a windy day again! On the other side, the waves were just fantastic. Lot of fun with Julien (even Laurence) in the strong waves. I’ve taken my underwater cam to capture this special moment. Funny results.
Nice dinner at M&P to finish the day. And we’ve started to prepare our luggage for tomorrow… Last night in Saint Barth, we have our Winair flight at 2pm for Saint Martin, before crossing back the Atlantic.
What for a day again! Starting with some showers, so first we were heading to MarchéU (umh, last shopping there, we are leaving on Friday, gggrrrrr). As the wind was so strong today and to avoid the “special skin treatment with sand”, we’ve done again the stroll from Grand Cul-de-Sac to Petit Cul-de-Sac. Never been confronted with such a wind there, impressive. Kind of giant hot hairdryer :-) Very rough sea again, big waves crashing on the volcanic cliff. What for a contrast between the calm protected bay and the open ocean!
The path coming from GCdS Chequered volcanic stones Powerful waves crashing on the cliff Waves! A break in the wind The path continues till Petit Cul-de-Sac Back to GCdS with some great cactus Limit between open ocean and the protected bay Impressive transparency and colors
We’ve stayed at one of the little beaches of Grand Cul-de-Sac, as they are very well sheltered from the wind. Very nice place, calm (you see almost nobody), fantastic colorful views on the Bay. A wow again…
Dinner at the Sand Bar from Eden Rock, “right on the water’s edge”.
As the weather was stable and sunny already in the morning, we’ve decided us for a full program at Colombier. This means: breakfast (Maya’s to go) and sandwiches for lunch (Petite Colombe) and enough to drink! We arrived there at 8am so we were totally alone quite a while , i.e. with the boats anchored in the Bay. Walk along the beach, readings, snorkeling, water polo, really a full program ;-) Only little inconvenience: a windy day again!
Special program this evening, more to come!
Again a very “intensive” day in Saint Barth :-)
We’ve started the day with our typical Toiny’s stroll. But this time, we’ve continued the path along “Les Petites Anses” and come back by the road from Le Toiny. At least doubling the duration of the stroll, but what for a landscape! Really the wild part of Saint Barth… What a pity that a part of the hill there seems to be used as a dump for rubble. Don’t know if it’s “official” or just used “as is”. Really degrading the nature and the landscape. An awful contrast to the beauty of Les Petites Anses…
Starting the stroll with a view on Grand Fond Stranded boat on Toiny’s beach Path among rocks First view on Les Petites Anses Nice place for a quick portrait A wave of Petites Anses Another nice wave Overlooking Les Petites Anses View from above of Toiny Bay Toiny contrast of colors
After the long stroll, we were heading to the calm and colorful Corossol beach.
And a nice dinner at Pipiri Palace to finish properly this day!
Let’s start this post with our visit yesterday evening to Gustavia’s lighthouse. Quite crowded with locals having a big apero! As usual, stunning views there, I will never get bored ;-)
This morning, after the now typical showers, we were heading to Lorient Beach. Always a good place for a walk (up to Autour du Rocher too). Crazy colors, the Bay was really fantastic and “wild”…
This evening, quite excited as we will go for Le Gaiac!
Interesting day again :-) The morning was quite rainy with some showers…and a first great moment with a marvelous rainbow over the Marigot Bay.
Rainbow over Marigot Bay So no beach and we’ve decided us for the Natural pools stroll at Grand Fond. As usual, lots of fantastic views, landscapes, changing colors. And a funny heavy shower when returning back, when we were at the Washing Machine :-)
Changing lights at Grand Fond Beautiful waves Washing machine, always impressive Arriving at the natural pools Waves at the natural pools Mother and son in the wind Heavy shower approaching Shower! And a little turtle in the middle of the path when coming back…
This evening, a dark dinner at L’Isola!
Another great day in paradise…
This morning, we’ve visited another beach, Saint Jean Pélican, very nice lights and colors again. By swimming with Julien, we’ve realized how far sea-grasses there almost disappeared. Very few fish, no turtle, only a little ray.
After some showers, we’ve left the beach for an excellent lunch at Do Brazil! We really like this place very much.
We’ve then visited the Fort Carl above Shell Beach. Funny that it’s the first in 14 visits to Saint Barth that we went there :-) A must-see actually! The view over Shell Beach is just stunning…
The path is now great and there are quite a lot of information all along (trees, flora, etc).
This evening, no restaurant, as we will go to the cinema in Lorient (if it’s not raining) ;-)