St. Martin pertains to the French portion and St. Maarten pertains to the Dutch portion. Living in this beautiful island is wonderful. Beautiful beaches and amazing view, these are just two of the things that the island can offer!
I have been in the island for almost a month. By far, Mullet bay is my favorite. I will have to write about other beaches I have been but this one I got so excited. Sands are the finest and the whitest. It has the clearest waters. On top of that, on the left side there are colorful fish that you will encounter if you fancy snorkeling. I saw an eel and some friendly fish. There are a lot of tourist though which is understandable. This beach is probably one of the best in the whole island.
A few miles away from Princess Juliana airport you will experience this great beach! It is near the famous Maho. What is good about this is that you can experience it for free! No entrance fee or anything. You can bring your own food as there is no corkage! Be sure to have your car parked near the beach or else you will have to walk. But either way, it is worth it. If you can bring a hammock it will be great as well. There are really nice trees with good cool shades. You can definitely take an Instagram worthy photographs or even a Facebook profile photos! How cool is that!
You will definitely enjoy the island vibe here. I am pretty sure of that!
After our Aguinid falls encounter, we needed to see more. We were advised by my couchsurfing friend to try and visit the Binalayan Falls which is just adjacent to Aguinid falls. We rode a tricycle to the Binalayan drop off point and paid Php1o only. As usual, we need to fill up some information in the registration and paid PHP20 for the entrance fee.
It was my first time to go out of the country. My first ever country to visit is Cambodia! I got to see the ancient world of Cambodia particularly the beautiful Angkor wat! It was such a nice experience to finally meet this gigantic edifice of the ancient world! Continue reading A Glimpse of the Past: Inside Angkor Wat