The point is you are posting irrelevant misinformation (once again) which serves to only confuse others new to THIS forum, and waste our time responding to your rhetoric... This is the Q Roo forum, you need to post these comments in relevant forums...
And I agree with Carol's statement and her question to you. [/quote]
I am so sorry to confuse others new to this forum like there are 100 posts on this forum every day! And where may I find a correct forum to post on Mexico? I have been down this road with both of you every time I post about crime in Mexico. I know where Q Roo is as I have been there many, many times. I do not have my head buried in the sand but it seems both of you do. Hey why not, you both own property there. I am not posting irrelevant misinformation that's your interpretation. And please do not comment on this post as I don't want to waste your time responding to my rhetoric...……...I am done here and I am glad you agree with Carol, after all, she is the administrator here.
Pat would you mind mentioning some of the entrees your party ate?
I’ll try but remember, I’m not a foodie and if I was describing it, ‘we had lunch and it was good.’
Kim and I had the beef carpaccio which was served with incredible French fries and a small salad with some sort of a honey dressing. On top of the beef was some fancy lives and shared cheese.
John had a nicely seasoned shrimp, calamari and scallop dish in a salad presentation that he loved.
Joan had a baked mahi mahi served with a side of flavored rice and some kind of a sauce for the fish. There were a lot of fancy words added to the menu descriptions but I probably wouldn’t have known what they were in English never mind as written in French.
The desserts were a chocolate confection with what seemed almost like a chocolate tiramisu, a chocolate mousse and a rich dark chocolate ice cream and the other was coconut encased in dark chocolate with mango and something else. I’m not much of a dessert eater but the first one I did taste and it was yummy but sweet.
Originally Posted by Shelby2
Perhaps all the butterfly sightings?
Yes, the St.Maarten snow comment was in reference to all the white butterflies which, as GaKaye stated, really are a pale yellow or ecru color but against the green and blue backdrops appear from afar to be white.
Having done STT for many years I am currently in the DCA/SJU/EIS camp....checking for our May trip DCA/SJU/EIS Jet Blue/Silver is currently $598 round trip booked together and DCA to STT is $412 round trip...and then need to add ferry both ways...
Also I find SJU has more last minute alternative options since we have been "stuck" in STT and Miami on the way home multiple times
From DCA there is rarely a direct flight option to STT and since we originate in DCA anyways I like this option better...
Didnt seem to me to be a shortage of options to either place but maybe I am missing something.
OP-That is a great handle...was just in my bilge yesterday putting heaters in
Maho Pharmacy had the cbd oil you drop under your tongue. It was a 6% concentration, 10ml sample for $70 usd. The pharmacist Joris, said there is a better selection of other products at the Philipsburg Pharmacy.
We loved not having a TV in all the years we stayed at the Toad. There used to be one under the round house next to the office (as well as a computer to use). I could never figure out how to operate that TV, which had two different remotes. If I did get it to work, there was nothing much on to watch anyway. Great pictures of the new and improved Toad. Hopefully there are nice balcony tables and chairs out there.