boondoggle: st kitts, part deux

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I wish I could speak to either st kitts or nevis and their vacation opportunities but we spent the majority of our five days on the beach at the marriott, a morning swimming with dolphins and two of our days with leeward island charters. this time, we opted for the sunset sail, cookout on nevis and a champagne bonfire toast. once again, I brought my big girl camera along and I think I'm getting the hang of it. the girls took turns with it as well and it was nice to be on the other side of the camera. (sort of)nevis / elizabethcraneswartz.comnevis / elizabethcraneswartz.comnevis / elizabethcraneswartz.comnevis / elizabethcraneswartz.comnevis / elizabethcraneswartz.comnevis / elizabethcraneswartz.comagain, the entire crew on the 'spirit' for leeward island charters was incredible. we danced, we drank, and we ate like kings.
I know I said I don't know much about the area but I do know this - nevis is super close to st kitts and there is always, I mean ALWAYS, a big cloud hanging over it. it has something to do with the landscape and being a volcano. also, st kitts is on the atlantic AND the caribbean seas with only a little strip of land between them but the marriott is on the atlantic side which is colder and much rougher than the caribbean. the marriott is technically owned by a canadian and he licenses the marriott name - that's important to note. (not the canadian part but the licensing - marriott would be ashamed if they saw this place and the way it's run.)st kitts  / elizabethcraneswartz.comwe're already trying to figure out how to make this work for spring break next year and I think we're aiming for aruba...
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