Cruise Day 5: St Martin And The Ship.

On day 4, I didn’t take any photos which is why I’m skipping it. For day 5 we arrived at our first port of call. It’s an island called St. Martin / Sint Maarten that is located in the Caribbean sea (coordinates 18°01’N 63°03’W).

Here is the full set of images on Flickr.

The highlight of the trip was a tour of our island by an American expatriate named Jose “Pacman” Jean. Look him up if you are interested in a fun tour. Most of the images below were taken on the tour bus or at points were we stopped.

You can check out Jose’s new business called Double The Fun Tours on Facebook and also on his website doublethefuntours.com (Edit: 10/2016).

Jose the tour guide.

One of my favorite images from the tour. Taken with the DA 50-200mm WR lens in a bus through the window. The iguana was bobbing its head up and down as it was trying to communicate something to us.
Orange iguana.

The sea water is an amazing color in the Caribbean:
Caribbean scenery.

I love the look of boats that still use sails:
Sail boat.
Sailing.

Most of the markets and shops sell the same stuff:
Trinkets.

I think I preferred the feel of the French side of the island:
Street to the ocean.
Colorful dock.

Being at a port where the boats dock is a good way to see just how large these ships are:
Big ships.

Looks like fun:
Having fun in the sky.

Back on the ship:
Night light.

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