A blue and green dreamland.
Took it close to the port where all the cruise ships docked at the Caribbean island of St Maarten – St Martin.
It’s called Marigot Market, a outside market with some fresh produce, crafts, jewelery, clothing and spices. I bought nothing there, but it was an interesting place to walk around.
She may not be pretty, but definitely interesting, …and sexy? It’s hard to judge from a female’s view, especially I am darn straight. But I do think she was the most unique character I pictured of all the musical shows during the 7 days cruise.
Back to this paradise island 3 years later, it’s even prettier than last time we were here.
The beach and water…
The people who were enjoying it…
Took minutes before this morning’s Sunrise, I swear it was not Photoshoped. Totally natural in deed.
One of the sugar art displays on Princess Cruise. Our ship left the port of Fort Lauderdale at 5PM, will cruise for 7 days, and stop at ports of Princess Cays, St. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.
I remember there were street artists would make this type of sugar arts when I was little (in Shanghai, China), often they were characters from ancient Chinese novels… Monkey King, Pig King, Sandy Monk, Skeleton Demon..
I remember I liked the Skeleton Demon the most, she was a charming, alluring, colorful woman with a devilish smile.
Overlook from Setai high rise condo.
A friend of mine – Lanzhu works in this hotel, she and her coworker took us into this hotel on South beach, toured us around.. What an amazing hotel! the decor and atmosphere are oriental yet modem.