Unlike its flat as a pancake near neighbor, Anguilla, and its hilly but not mountainous neighbor Saint Martin, Saba rises high up out of the sea, reaching . A volcanic peak, with lava tunnels running below the ocean, Saba island offers fascinating diving due to the sea life that now inhabits the lava tunnels. For those of us who prefer to stay above the water, hiking in Saba is the thing to do. [Read more…]
Adorned with gingerbread style woodwork, like many of the homes and cottages on Saba, the Flamboyant Cottage adds a dash of fuchsia to the façade to give it that flamboyant touch. Like other cottages in Saba, this one is nestled into the side of a rather steep hill, which provides both exercise and stunning views. Looking out over the water, St. Eustatius, or Statia as it is known, is just off to the left, with St.Kitts and Nevis also visible on the horizon.
This little cottage offers up two bedrooms, each with its own ensuite, including tiled shower. The quaint, bright, beach paint job and construction make the whole place picturesque, [Read more…]