Saba


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Published: November 8th 2007EDIT THIS ENTRY

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my island..view from the ferry DAWN II coming from St. Maarten
Saba...

I used to live on that tiny little rock in the Caribbean between March 2006 and May 2007 when working for Saba Divers and Scouts Place in their office...managing people´s holiday...and fell in love with it.
People are friendly and soon I became part of the community. They used to call me the Saba Newspaper as they got all the gossip live and fresh from the front office along with their Chippie telephone card *inside joke*.
I was lucky to live with the chef, Tjeerd, in a staff house which everyone knew as the Villa Pearl White * famous for the porch parties* and the goats and sheep in front of it.
Well, Saba is famous for diving but besides it has a variety of beautiful hiking trails to offer. Rain forest and breath taking views: thats what I enjoyed every morning before starting my shift in the office...
In the evening you can enjoy barbequed spare ribs and chicken from Eddie and Pat in Swinging Doors, a drink at the pirate styled bar at Scouts Place or relax at Queens Garden and Gate House restaurants with good wines and entertaining staff.
I will return there soon as I
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Diamond rock..view from Northcoast trail
think its the perfect place to live...


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Lizzard close up
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the house at the end of the world..*pssst: this place is on Saba*
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my old neighbour Kenneth and his son Leroy with the catch of the day..
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TJ and me at Oyster Bay, St. Maarten
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last BBQ at Swinging Doors
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Sandy Cruz trail with friends
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Windwardside, Saba
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sleeping on a boat is pretty safe when you are moored on Ladder Bay
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Saba grass hopper
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Saba lizzard
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Vincent, driving the divers down to Fort Bay
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Saba boy during Carnival in July
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Glenn Holm, head of Saba tourism office
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view from Willards, the highest hotel of the Dutch Kingdom, situated on Saba
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Wells Bay, our occasional beach..its not recommended to lay at the beach as the goats walk on top of the rocks and rocks can easily fall on your head...


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