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Marigot is the largest town and capital of the French side of Saint Martin, an island in the Caribbean.

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Melville Hall Airport( DOM ), Dominica's largest airport, 2 miles north west of Marigot, 38 miles from Roseau. The smaller Canefield Airport is 3 miles from Roseau.

Four Airlines currently serve Melville Hall Airport:

  • American Eagle.
  • Caribbean Star.
  • Caribbean Sun.
  • LIAT.

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Marigot, St. Martin: A Self-guided Walking Tour. (Tours4Mobile, Visual Travel Tours Book 202)

Liesbet Collaert

HALF-PRICE SALE - WAS $9.99 - LIMITED TIME OFFERSavor French delicacies under a sunny tropical sky! Mix culture and history with vibrant markets, jazzy entertainment, and magnificent views of deep turquoise blue waters...Marigot is the highlight of St. Martin! Caribbean town with a French atmosphere will tickle all your senses. You will learn about its history, immerse yourself in its culture, and enjoy its gastronomical delights. The diversity of sights is amazing: the ruins of Fort Louis set atop a hill offer magnificent views; the colorful market, interesting museum and attractive waterfronts will please every member of the family. Remnants of the past and attractive establishments of the present blend into this unique capital of French St. Martin, bordered by the turquoise Caribbean waters. AUTHOR - Liesbet Collaert is a freelance writer from Belgium. She traveled all her life, and currently enjoys cruising the Caribbean with her family on the 35-foot sailing catamaran Irie. She spent four months in St. Martin, enjoying the unique atmosphere of Marigot, Philipsburg and the rest of the island. Visual Travel Tours by Liesbet CollaertPhilipsburg: Gem Of St. Maarten In The Antilles

North to Cayman, East To Sint Maarten and Saint Barth (My Very Long Youth, Book 13)

Lawrence Bohme

Book 13 of Lawrence's youthful adventures, 1976-1980. After a chaotic arrival on the island of Brac, in which the puppy Sam dashes into a nearby swamp and never emerges, Lawrence, scathed by his ordeals in Haiti and Colombia, settles down to making leather goods and postcards in the prosperous and peaceful British colony, where he finds enthusiastic customers among wealthy tourists who spend their days underwater admiring fish. Lawrence, assisted by his black guardian angel whom his mother fondly nicknames "McFuffle", the government official in charge of work permits, does his duty by taking on as his assistant the handsome mulatto school dropout Kelson Kelly from a slum called Dog City. He befriends an eccentric old beggar called Rachel who lives alone in a shack and plays humorous songs on her guitar, and finds a sporadic "café-sans-lait" girlfriend who seems to have slept with every white man on the island… He arouses some resentment from the island's administrators ensconced in the "Glass House" by standing up for a boatload of hapless Haitian refugees blown off course on their way to Miami and, threatened with expulsion himself, helplessly watches them put back on the stormy sea… After two years of restoring his finances and enduring mosquitoes and boredom on overly-British Brac, Lawrence moves to the livelier East Caribbean island of Sint Maarten, which is half-Dutch and half-French but otherwise entirely West Indian… He rents, from a flea-sized but autocratic American who adamantly claims to be the niece of the Duchess of Windsor "who almost became Queen", a corner of her tropical sea-shell shop on the Dutch side of the island in which he measures people getting off the cruise ships moored outside for sandals, and the upper floor of a beach house in Grand Case on the French one, where he pays an unforgettable visit under cover of darkness to the shack of a libidinous lady from Antigua called Daisy… He flies frequently through the surrounding islands to draw and distribute postcards of each one, especially Saint Croix where he stays above the wig shop of a starry-eyed divorced gentleman from New Jersey (whom he met through Cynthia) known to the island matrons who buy their synthetic hair from him as "Mister Wig" (also the name of the shop) although Lawrence calls him "Bob"… When Lawrence finds a suitable cottage for his home and shop on the nearby French island of Saint Barth, he loads his open-topped jeep loaded with everything he owns onto a tramp freighter and a new life begins in the capital Gustavia, where our peripatetic Francophile feels entirely at home. There, he caters to the artistic jet-set staying at a hotel on a mountain peak called The Little Castles (in French) which is later blown away in a hurricane. A black schooner drops anchor in front of his shop bearing a motley crew of ageing hippies in the keep of an ex-lady of leisure who runs up a bill at Lawrence's shop which he is forced to send the Gendarmes to collect… But then his mother wearies of tropical-island life and insists they move back to "civilization", so to please her Lawrence sells out his business and, unwilling to make a new life in New York readies himself to stay technically in France by heading for the mountains of Provence…

Barbados, St. Lucia und Grenada – Individualreiseführer: Individualreiseführer mit vielen Detail-Karten und Karten-Download (Reisehandbuch) (German Edition)

Heidrun Brockmann

Weiße Sandstrände und türkisfarben schimmerndes Meer, bunte Fischschwärme und Korallenriffe – Barbados, St. Lucia und Grenada gehören zur Inselgruppe der Kleinen Antillen und erfüllen jede Postkartenvorstellung von der karibischen Inselwelt. Seit Jahren steigt die Zahl der Karibik-Reisenden, die gern mehrere Inseln besuchen möchten – sei es auf einer individuell geplanten Tour, als Kreuzfahrttourist oder als Segler. Barbados, St. Lucia und Grenada sind von Deutschland aus mit Direktflügen zu erreichen. Ein gut ausgebautes innerkaribisches Flugliniennetz verbindet die einzelnen Inseln miteinander. Barbados ist für seinen Rum und die herrschaftlichen Kolonialvillen bekannt – hier lässt sich die bewegte Geschichte der Karibik auf Schritt und Tritt erleben. St. Lucia beeindruckt durch seine Traumstrände und die berühmten Lavaberge. Auf der kleinen Gewürzinsel Grenada dreht sich alles um Muskat, Nelken, Zimt: Hier gibt es noch viel Unbekanntes zu entdecken.Die erfahrene Karibik-Autorin Heidrun Brockmann beschreibt ausführlich die einzelnen Inseln und macht Vorschläge für Erkundungen auf eigene Faust. Sie empfiehlt Kombinationsreisen und gibt Unterkunfts- und Restaurant-Tipps für alle Reisebudgets. Urlauber finden zahlreiche praktische Hinweise für Outdoor-Aktivitäten wie Wandern, Baden, Tauchen, Schnorcheln und Segeln.Die rund 20 Detailkarten inklusive Reisetipps können per QR-Code kostenfrei auf das Smartphone oder das Tablet geladen werden und sind somit überall dabei.- Drei beliebte Karibik-Inseln mit Direktflugverbindung in einem Band!- Individuelle Reisetipps zu Unterkunft, Restaurants und Outdoor-Aktivitäten- Nicht nur bei Kreuzfahrt-Touristen im Trend: Karibik-Reisen auch bei Individualtouristen immer beliebter

SINT MAARTEN: Dutch & French Overseas

Naira Matevosyan

Follow your tourgide, the wombat named Wassily Watson, in a mesmerizing trip to a bi-national Caribbean paradise just 50 miles southeast of Puerto Rico and forty-five minutes from Miami. Part of the Leeward Islands, Sint Maarten (capital Philipsburg) and Saint Martin (capital Marigot) is home to busy resort beaches, secluded coves, lagoons, bird-observation spots, museums, coast-rides named Quad ATV, fusion cuisine, duty-free shops and vibrant nightlife that refuses to shut down.

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