These are some of the areas that I can help with: Restaurant and beach recomendations, things to do other than beach going, places to shop, what to bring, what not to bring, general questions about the island, getting around.
Vacationed in St. Martin since 1993.
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English is spoken on both the French & Dutch sides of the island.French is also spoken on the French side. I would imagine that some Dutch is spoken on the Dutch side, but since I don't speak that language
Hi Linda, I am not familiar with the Sonesta Bay Resort. I really don't know of any resort that is all inclusive, has nightly entertainment and is on the ocean. There are very few resorts that are all
Hi Mike, I have no experience with Florida. My only Caribbean experience is on St Martin and there really is no beach bungalows available for $10.00 a night. There is a place on the Dutch side, on Simpson
Hi Barbara, I'll answer this is best I can but right now I'm in the hospital. Typing this in on my iPhone. First of all you should bring dollars because they are accepted on both the Dutch and French
Hi Karen, We have been on the glass bottom boat once in Grand Case and enjoyed it. http://www.airsxm.eu/page.php?page=42 You can go shopping in Marigot ( Wed. & Sat. they have the French Market