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Gorging on Traditional French Mountain Food in St. Martin - Le P'tit Bistro

After a long day of sunning myself, surfing, drinking, exploring and just being blissed out amongst the waves and island pace, I was pointed to Le P’tit Bistro by a French ex-pat friend. 195 more words

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St Martin/ Sint Maarten, 15-18 September 2016

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ROSEMARY'S SEAFOOD & CREOLE

Finding authentic, home food is difficult when I travel. These islands are commercialized and cater to tourists. You’ll find buffalo wings before you can find dishes indigenous to the country. 63 more words

Going Home to Philly

Terri and I left St Martin early Monday morning– we were up at 5am to get ready for the Zone Leaders to pick us up at about 5:40am to head to the airport. 465 more words

Our last Sunday in St Martin

Terri and I had a busy Sunday– our last day in St Martin. I had been asked to speak (Terri had been asked to speak a week before), and I also had to teach the Priesthood lesson. 159 more words

Last Zone Conference

We participated in our last Zone Conference on St Martin. Pres and Sister Herrington flew into St Martin on Friday, and we went out to dinner with them and with Pres and Sister Huggins of the local Branch. 175 more words

VIDEO: A Classic Beach Bar in St. Martin - Caribbean Journal

It was 1976, and this was how one of the Caribbean’s most iconic beach bars began, when Orient Bay was just an empty stretch of white sand. 11 more words

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