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WWYD: St. Maarten for Teens?


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Jun 11, 2005
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Minneapolis, MN
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Divi Little Bay, St. Maarten
I've not stayed at Royal Palm or Flamingo Beach so I'm afraid I don't have any input on those resorts. I know some people love staying in the Simpson Bay Area, because it’s closer to restaurants and bars, but we prefer the beach and privacy of Divi.

We have never stayed in Anguilla, but have loved our day trips there. It's on our bucket list for sometime, but have Instead moved between the Dutch and French sides of SXM. We have never ferried because we really enjoy a catamaran excursion and that combines the visit to Anguilla and the fun of a relaxing day on the water. If it's an issue, traffic drives on the wrong side of the road in Anguilla.
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