SBH 2014 – Countdown, one month!

Wow, this year is very special, as we had to wait until the last “minute” to know if we can make it or not for Saint Barth (some business stuff to clarify ;-). Which is making our coming 2-weeks travel to SBH even more exciting!

This uncertainty during the last months (can we go? umh, sh… still have to wait a bit more) was actually interesting and we are so happy now to have the chance again to go “there”…

Day 15 – Moonlight, panorama and … bye bye!

Very nice moonlight yesterday evening on Lorient and Saint Jean!

We will miss this fantastic panoramic view on Lorient, Saint Jean, Anse des Cayes, Ile Bonhomme, Ile Frégate, Ile Pelé, Ile le Boulanger and Saint Martin.
One of the craziest view we ever had on the island….

And yes, we will fly back to France in a few hours…
What for a 2-weeks stay again…
Absolutely rested and full of energy, but sad to be at the end (even if we know that we were lucky to be able to be there again) of our holidays…
Hopefully we have enough reserve of Caribbean colors for some months :-)
Bye bye!

Day 11 – Sunset (kind of), cinema, Saline beach

Quite interesting lights yesterday evening as a kind of “pre-sunset” scene.
Spectacular sun rays…

We were at the open-air cinema organized by the AJOE association.
Their new all numeric installation is just fantastic (image and sound), wow!

Today, again hot and windy day, at Saline beach.
Funny waves!

Day 10 – Lorient beach, Autour du Rocher

Today, the sun is back (and the high temperature, wow)!
So our first visit to the Lorient beach, very cool beach. I met there a SBHonline forum member from LA with his 2 sons, nice discussion :-)
And definitely a great beach!

We could still visit normally "Autour du Rocher", nobody was working there today.
Some pictures of the renovation (?) work there…

Day 8 – Sunset, stroll Grand Cul de Sac to Petit Cul de Sac

Again an enormous sunset. I hope you don’t start to get bored, we don’t ;-)

Morning stroll from Grand Cul de Sac to Petit Cul de Sac, very windy (refreshing!), wild and volcanic in the middle. Just fantastic…

Day 6 – Sunset, Carribean lights on Flamand beach

Again, a great sunset yesterday evening, with rays of sunshine in the clouds!

Flamand has changed quite a lot since this winter.
Accumulation of sand on one end, and quite some place issue on the Isle de France and Taiwana side!
Almost no place for beach chairs anymore there…

This morning was again a dream for our eyes, strong Caribbean colors….

Almost nobody on the beach, excepted some seabirds