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Another season underway Another season underway Friday, 01 November 2002

A few years ago Islands magazine asked me to write a few hundred words describing the perfect day in St Barth. After about 30 seconds of soul searching I realized that most perfect days in this particular paradise revolve around food...

something in the air something in the air Thursday, 16 August 2001

The holiday season finally got underway the first weekend in August when Larry Gray, our local pyro-maniac or fireworks expert, finally got a chance to show off his stuff in the skies over Lorient beach, after two false starts earlier in the summer...

A tasty tradition A tasty tradition Friday, 01 August 2003

Behind the veneer of glitz and glamour, far from the six million dollar villas and the mega-million dollar yachts, there is another Saint Barth. A gentler, old-fashioned world where values center around the home and hearth, or at least the kitchen...

Sport activities in St Barts Island

What sports on the Island? St. Barts offers many opportunities to work up an appetite, from of course water sports to a all range of other activities. Scuba Diving Lessons and guided tours with SCUBA, with a mask and snorkle or even on a submarine. More » ...

Cooking Classes by the Sereno ... Cooking Classes by the Sereno ... Yesterday at 03:18 pm

Jean-Luc Grabowski has been in charge of the kitchen at the Restaurant des Pêcheurs at the Sereno Hotel since last season. His innovative recipes highlight local products and entice clients from the island as well as the hotel itself...

Happy holidays and see you nex... Happy holidays and see you nex... Wednesday, 22 December 2004

Little by little, since early December, the island has been putting its best foot forward for the holiday season. The vegetation is green and abundant thanks to recent rains. Bougainvilliers, oleanders and hibiscus are covered with flowers. Garlands of multi-colored lights have been strung on the ba...

Water, at last Water, at last Today at 05:55 pm

It seems that one of the island's most perennial-and bothersome- problems, has now been resolved. Since the beginning of June, potable water is once again flowing through the arteries of the island's water system...

BATTEN DOWN THE HATCHES BATTEN DOWN THE HATCHES Saturday, 16 September 2000

I just survived my first hurricane. Okay, I'll admit it, it was a small hurricane, really. Nothing at all like the great gusty storms of recent years, like Luis and Lenny, but it sure gave me a taste of what a larger storm might bring!...

IT'S A CAT'S LIFE IT'S A CAT'S LIFE Monday at 05:47 pm

Before I moved to St Barth I always thought that cats were like ovens: self-cleaning. Of course I had never had a cat (being partial to Springer Spaniels myself) and the few cats I had ever met where pretty much inside cats that had nothing more to clean than a few Manhattan dust balls off the botto...

Fleur Australe Visits Saint Ba... Fleur Australe Visits Saint Ba... Friday, 05 June 2009

French sailor Philippe Poupon, with his wife Geraldine Danon and their four children, 12 year-old Nina, nine year-old Loup, two year-old Laura, and one year-old Marion, stopped in Saint Barth recently before setting off on a grand adventure: Poupon is going to attempt the Northwest Passage, a sea ro...


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