Title: St Barth weekly
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Title: St Barth weekly
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Language: English
Publisher: Journal de Saint-Barth
Place of Publication: Saint Jean, Saint Barthelemy
Publication Date: April 28, 2006
Copyright Date: 2006
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Third wireless phone company in Saint Barth:

Amigo arrives

with reduced prices


The Saint Barth
Weekly is happy to
be back for its third
season. The Weekly
is designed for you,
to help you put your
finger on the pulse of
the local community.
Featuring an English
r6sum6 of the top
stories of our French
"Le Journal de Saint
Barth", as well as
original articles in
English, the Saint-
Barth Weekly is the
only completely
newspaper on the
island. It comes out
every Friday from
November through
the end of July. Our
most exciting news is
that each Friday, The
Weekly is also
available on line at
Saint-Barth Online
the wonderful web
site that our friends
Laurence and Peter
O'Keefe created in
1996. Thanks to
them, you can now
download every
edition of the Saint-
Barth Weekly, so that
no matter where you
are in the world, you
can stay in contact
with the island.

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n addition to Orange
and Bouygues Tele-
com, a third cell
phone company opened
its doors in Saint Barth
last Monday: Amigo,
the GSM network from
Dauphin Telecom. The
fourth out of five
national phone compa-
nies, Dauphin Telecom
is quite a success story
for the group created by
Alain Haillant in Saint
Martin in 1998. The
company first launched
the Amigo network in
Saint Martin in June 3,
2003. By mid-2005,
they had 6,100 sub-
In Saint-Barth, the
launch of the Amigo
network comes along

with special prices, as
much as 60% less than
some of the competi-
tion. According to Alain
Haillant, coverage
should be available on
the entire island by the
first week in May.
Thanks to an agreement
made with a company
on the Dutch side of
Saint Martin, TelCell,
Amigo also provides
complete coverage in
Saint Martin, as well as
the islands of Saba and
Saint Eustatius.
Cell phone plans for the
Amigo network are
available at their offices
in the rue du Roi Oscar
II, next to the Choisy
bakery. Telephone: 05
90 52 09 92.


The of \ at their St Barth's -

No passport,

no entry!
Since January 1, 2006, the
frontier police at the airport
in St Jean and the Port of Gus-
tavia have registered 24 cases of
"entry not .ill .' cl" into French
territory. The 24 people in ques-
tion were refused entry to Saint
Barth and were sent back to their
own countries. Thirteen of these
people did not have the correct
visa DOM (French Overseas
Departmetn) needed by residents
of certain foreign countries to
gain access to French territory,
while nine of them were Ameri-
can citizens who did not have a
passport. Since July 1, 2005, the
French government has put a
stop to the formerly accepted
(yet illegal) practice of allowing
American citizens to enter Saint
Barth with just a driver's license
and birth certificate. They are
now required to present a valid

Two turned back
at the border
An American citizen from
Puerto Rico and an Australian
national were sent to their home
countries on March 2 and 6 respec-
tively, due to the irregularity of
their situation on French soil.
Authorized to work in Saint Barth,
they no longer worked at the
places where the authorization had
been granted. They were first tak-
en to an administrative detention
center at the Raizet airport in
Guadeloupe, then sent to their
home countries: Puerto Rico for
the first; Australia for the second.
Six other foreigners where also
"invited" to leave within the next
six months. While the border
police found these six people to be
working without proper authoriza-
tion, they and their employers
were unaware of the irregularity of
the situation, and their intentions
were not to break the law.



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to go dancing? See an art exhibit?
Listen to music? Time Out keeps you up to date on local happenings. Let's party

I Special Events
This weekend: Expected
arrival of the 24 remaining
boats in the Transat Ag2r
Concameau St Barth

Live Music
I Every Evening
- Papa Guyo & Tanya Michelle,
from 9 pm to midnight, La Plage
Saint Jean
- "Johnny Hoy & The Blue Fish",
(Blues, Funk, Country) from 9
pm, Bet'a Z'ailes, Gustavia
- Lounge mix, 7 pm to 1 am,
Bar't6, hotel Guanahani,
Grand Cul de Sac
- All selected quality lounge music
by Philippe, Zanzibarth, St Jean
- Screen Live concert from
6.30pm, Cafe Yacht, Gustavia
- Alan Landry, piano, 8pm, Gaiac
restaurant, Hotel Le Toiny
I Every tuesday
- Stephane Cano, Bacardy cafe
Saint-Jean at 8pm
I Thursday, April 27
-St. Barth Film Festival:
Suite Habana by Femando Perez,
presented by Alfonso Garcia

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Osuna and Keith Wamer (Very
limited dialogue, Spanish with
English subtitles) 8pm at AJOE,
- Bikini coca from 12pm,
La Plage, St Jean
- Latino Evening, Ti Zouk K'f6
- Nadege Emmanuelian, sunset
concert from 5:30, Carl Gustaf,
I Friday, April 28
- St. Barth Film Festival:
Monsieur Etienne by Yann
Chayia, presented by the director
Havana Blues (Los Suenos de La
Habana) by Benito Zambrano,
presented by the cinematographer,
Jean-Claude Larrieu (Spanish
with French subtitles) 8pm at
AJOE, Lorient
- Funky party, music from the 80s
Ti Zouk K'f6, Gustavia
- Balearic Afternoon by Franky,
from 2 pm, La Plage, Saint-Jean
- Nadege Emmanuelian, sunset
concert from 5:30, Carl Gustaf,
I Saturday. April 29
- St. Barth Film Festival:

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Letter from Irene by Tony Coco-
Viloin, presented by the director
and members o fthe cast
A Rain of Hope by Jacques Roc,
Haiti, presented by the director
(Creole & French with English
subtitles) 8pm at AJOE, Lorient
- Grand Mechant Zouk,
Ti Zouk K'f6 at 8pm
- Les Romantics in Live, Local
Band, Bacardi Cafe, St Jean
- BalearicAftemoon by Franky,
from 2 pm, La Plage, Saint-Jean
- Stephane Cano, sunset concert
from 5:30, Carl Gustaf, Gustavia
I Sunday, April 30
-St. Barth Film Festival:
La Noiraude by Fabienne Kanor
et Veronique Kanor, presented by
the directors (French)
15 Lanne Mizik by Janluk Stanis-
las, presented by the director
Santo Domingo Blues (Los
Tigueres de la Bachata) by Alex
Wolfe, presented by the director
(Spanish with French subtitles)
- "Emergency" party starting
at noon at La Plage, Saint-Jean
- Stephane Cano, sunset concert
from 5:30, Carl Gustaf, Gustavia
I Tuesday, May 2
- Nadege Emmanuelian,
sunset concert from 5:30pm,
Carl Gustaf, Gustavia
I Wednesday, May 3
- Nadege Emmanuelian,
sunset concert from 5:30,
Carl Gustaf, Gustavia

Let's Party
I Monday
-Monday Night Fever, 100%
disco, Ti St-Barth, Pointe Milou
- Cream evening by Mateo, Yacht
Club, Gustavia
I Tuesday
-( II .i M .. I with Kim & Co,
Ti St-Barth, Pointe Milou
- "Laisse Parlerles Gens",
Caribean party, by Chaya, Yacht
Club, Gustavia
I Wednesday
- Plastic Boots Party by Carole,
Ti St-Barth, Pointe Milou
- BBQ on the beach from
8 pm, Nikki Beach, St Jean

I Thursday,
Angel Party, Ti St-Barth
-Hot Night, Only Girl, with sur-
prise, Yacht Club, Gustavia
I Friday,
The Real Ti Party, Ti St-Barth,
Pointe Milou
- Amazing Sunday (DJ, fashion
show...), Nikki Beach, St-Jean
- Karaoke Party, Yacht Club

Night Club
I Every night
- Casa Nikki, mix by Jacques
Dumas & Pascal, Gustavia
- Feeling (except tuesday), Lurin,
from 10 pm
-Yacht Club, Gustavia
-Bubbles Club, Gustavia

I Through April 27
Jesse Chapman, at galerie
Me.di.um Gustavia.
I Through April
- Stephanie Leroux sculptures,
Carl Gustaf hotel, Gustavia
I Permanent exhibits
- Alain le Chatelier,
Les Artisans, Gustavia
-Pompi, Petit Cul de Sac
-Spidler, Christian Mas gallery,
-Zaza Noah, Tamarin, Saline
-Hannah Moser, Cul de Sac
-Antoine Heckly, Made in Saint-
Barth boutique, St-Jean
I Art Galleries
-Eve Ducharme Art Gallery,
-To-b.art galerie, Gustavia
-Me.di.um gallery, Gustavia
-Central bART Gallery, near Ti
Zouk K'f6, Gustavia

Fashion Show
I Everyday
-1:30 2 pm, Case de l'ile, Hotel
Isle de France, lamands
- 9 pm, Lolita Jaca, La Scala
Restaurant, Gustavia
I From Tuesday to Sunday,
1.30pm, fashion show featuring
Geisha Vampire, La Plage, St Jean
I Every Tuesday evening.
6:30 pm, Boutique of the H6tel
Isle de France, lamands

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Festival Cinema Caraibe


The curtain went up on the 1lth edition of the
St. Barth Film Festival, Cin6ma Caraibe. As
usual, the first film projection took place on
Tuesday evening at AJOE, with "Viva Cubana"
Juan Carlos Cremata's film about two children
on the cusp of adolescence. Wednesday saw
video screenings of "Another world" by french
film maker Steve Moreau and "Exp6dition Pro-
t1 'l)i'" by local director Cedric Robion. The
festival will close on Sunday with the final
evening dedicated to music with screening of
"La Noiraude", "15 Lann6 Musik" and 'Santo
Domingo Blues" by Alex Wolfe, porto-rican
film maker (see opposite).


All films start at 8:00pm
atAJOE in Lorient

Shursday, April 27
Suite Habana
by Fernando Perez, Cuba/Spain, 2002, 35mm,
presented by the director (Very limited dia-
logue, Spanish with English ,uilili.bI
SFriday April 28
Monsieur Etienne
de Yann Chayia, Martinique/France, 2005,
35mm, presented by the director (French)
Havana Blues
(Los Suenos de La Habana) by Benito Zambra-
no, 2005 35mm, Spain/ Cuba/ France, present-
ed by the cinematographer, Jean-Claude Lar-
rieu (Spanish with French subtitles)
o Saturday, April 29
Letter from Irene
(La Lettre i Irene) by Tony Coco-Viloin,
Guadeloupe, 13min, 35mm, presented by the
A Rain of Hope (Pluie d'espoir)
by Jacques Roc, Haiti, 2005, 35mm, presented
by the director (Creole and French with Eng-
lish subtitles)
L Sunday, April 30
La Noiraude
by Fabienne Kanor et Veronique Kanor,
France, 29 min, video, presented by the direc-
tors (French)
15 Lann4 Mizik
by Janluk Stanislas, Guadeloupe, 2006,45 min,
video, presented by the director (French)
Santo Domingo Blues
(Los Tigueres de la Bachata) by Alex Wolfe,
USA, 75min, video, presented by the director
(Spanish with French subtitles)

A column about Interesting
Island Residents and Guest
People Watch by Ellen Lampert-Greaux

Alex Wolfe,

a Caribbean filmmaker

F lmmaker Alex Wolfe
makes his first visit to Saint
Barth as part of the llth
annual Saint Barth Film Festival,
where his documentary film,
Santo Domingo Blues, will be
shown on Sunday evening, April
30 at Ajoe Ellen Lampert-Gr6aux
chats with Wolfe to get a little
insight into this life and his out-
look on films and filmmaking.
St Barth Weekly: Having
grown up in Puerto Rico, do
you consider yourself a
Caribbean filmmaker?
Alex Wolfe: I spent the formative
years of my adolescence in Puer-
to Rico, and the experience
shaped my life as a human being
and an artist. I care deeply about
the people, the island, and the
culture of Puerto Rico. I am very
involved and interested in the
Caribbean and Latin America,
and will continue to make films
about this region. I do have
Caribbean sensibilities as a film-
St Barth Weekly : What made
you decide to become a film-
Alex Wolfe: My father used to
run a film society and I would
watch the films when I was a lit-
tle boy. The magic of the experi-
ence will never be surpassed.
St Barth Weekly: Are you pri-
marily interested in
Alex Wolfe: Yes, I find documen-
taries to be more I..ir -,iri,. mov-
ing, and meaningful, although
this is of course a sweeping gen-
eralization. Fiction films too often
seem contrived and hard for me
to take seriously.
St Barth Weekly : How did you
get interested in bachata and
the music of Santo Domingo?
Alex Wolfe: I have always been
into Latin music. This is one of

the things I inherited from Puerto
Rico. Bachata was actually
influenced early on by Puerto
Rican Jibaro music, especially in
the singing style. Bachata came
to my attention in the mid-90's
because I live in a very Domini-
can neighborhood in Brooklyn,
and I started to hear it in the local
bodegas. I was given a cassette
by my friend Nelson, and that
was all I needed.
St Barth Weekly: What were
the challenges in making afilm
in Santo Domingo?
Alex Wolfe: The production was
difficult because we had so little
money. My two friends and I
stayed in a tiny one-room flat
with no water and often no elec-
tricity. But the location turned
out to be perfect because the
neighborhood was "cien por
ciento bachatero." We filmed a
lot in the store right across the
street, where everyone hung out
and danced to bachata because
they had a generator!
St Barth Weekly: What are
your future projects?
Alex Wolfe: I am raising money
for a project on the environmen-
tal impact of American tourism
in the Yucatan, Mexico. I am
also working on a project set in
a Puerto Rican village about life
in a village during the course of
a year.


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Evasion Tropicale, An Association

For The Protection of Cetaceans

C aroline and Renato Rinaldi, co-
founders of the association,
Evasion Tropicale, participated
in the "Cetaceans Week" organized on
April 18-25 by the Marine Park of
Saint B.iililiii) They offered excur-
sions on their sailboat, Tzigane IV, out-
fitted for the marine mammal research
that their association conducts in the
waters of Guadeloupe. These excur-
sions are one of the activities proposed
by this non-profit group that was creat-
ed in Guadeloupe in 1993, and whose
expertise in the field of cetaceans has
led to a pilot project funded by the
United Nations, and .'iliClI, "A Study
To Increase Knowledge About Marine
Mammals of the Caribbean." The goal
of this project, whose main concern is
the protection of a variety of marine
mammals, including whales, as well as
the protection of the local whale habi-
tat, plus the establishment of regional
cooperation programs, and scientific
and scientific exchanges. The project
primarily concerns two species of the
28 different species identified in the
waters of the Caribbean: the humpback
whale and the sperm whale. If the
humpback whale is seen regularly in
Saint Barth between the months of Jan-
uary and May, the presence of the
sperm whale is much more exceptional
because the waters here are not deep
enough (these whales need between
500 and 600 meters of depth to make
their sounds). They do, however,
appear close to the island of Guade-
loupe, where Caroline and Renato,
who go whale watching at least 200
times over the course of the year,
observe them quite regularly. Thanks
to the photos they have taken of the
whales' tails, each one of which is dif-
ferent, Caroline and Renato have been
able to identify 220 sperm whales. If

51' of them were only seen once, the
other half has been seen on several
occasions. One of them, identified the
first time in 1998, has been seen as
many as 29 times. In 2000, between
Dominica and Guadeloupe, Carole and
Renato even saw a large sperm whale
identified in 1984 by the IFAW* -
where the association, Evasion Tropi-
cale, sends all its photos.
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in twh Caribbean?
Caroline and Renato are currently
working on a publication called "The
Fidelity of Sperm Whales To The
Caribbean." "The study shows that
quite a few of these whales go back
and forth between Guadeloupe
Dominica. That is an important fact,
and allows us to say to a Dominica that
is talking about voting (during the next
meeting of the International Whale
Commission) to allow the reopening of
whale hunting: be careful, you are
going to hunt in your waters, animals
that we protect in ours!" Caroline and
Renato, you are first and foremost
interested in environmental protection,
are also at the root of a petition against
the resumption of whale hunting; they
already have more than 3,0000 signa-
tures from -in. .11gi iiul the Guadeloupe
archipelago, and the petition will be
sent to the Minister of the Environment
in May. Goal? To motive representa-
tives of the French government, which
has always been opppsed to the
resumption of whale hunting, to create
a whale sanctuary in the waters of the
Caribbean Sea during their next meet-
ing of the CBI, in Saint Kitts, from
May 23-June 20. These environmental
protectionists fear that with the pres-
sure exerted on the by Japan, that
small, isolated nations in the

Caribbean, such as Dominica, Saint
Kitts, Nevis, and even Antigua, can
turn the tide to allow commercial
whale hunting to once again take place,
especially in the Caribbean, where it is
estimated that between 6,000 and
11,000 humpback whales migrate in
order to reproduce
In the Caribbean, the islands Saint Vin-
cent and the Grenadines hunt several
dozen marine mammals, including a
certain number of dolphins. In addi-
tion, they have a subsistence quota set
by the CBI, or International Whale
Commission, allowing the hunt of 20
humpback whales for each year from
2003 to 2007. Two other Caribbean
islands (Dominica and Sainte Lucie)
hunt as many as 400 tropical marine
mammals and several species of dol-
phins. They do not hide their inten-
tions, and just like Saint Kitts and
Nevis, following the example of Saint
Vincent and the Grenadines, plan to
ask for a subsistence quota during the
next meeting of the CBI in June.

* Lt1AW, the International tund for
Animal i. includes American and
S scientists, and has an .
cation bank with .. i'
taken '. the entire Atlantic
region. I serves as a research tool
that .,ii them, comparison
with photos received from correspon-
dents of the other side of the Atlantic, to
Sthe .. and itinerary of the
whale population, estimated at more
than '... Iin the Northern Atlantic.

** The CBI (International T .- Com-
mission) is responsible for the, .
of whale and establishes the
quotas and species that can be hunted.

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healing, and refresh-
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has been used for over
5,000 years as an active '" 1' i
ingredient in many skin ''''''' *. '"
care products. This
includes a new line of
products called
TIALOES, created in. *
Saint Barth by island .
native, Pascal Gr6aux of --. - --
Anse des Cayes. After a
high school major in sci- 4 B
ence and pre-med, he l, '
did his military service :
before starting to take cor- macies and became inter-
respondence courses to ested in creating his own
become an assistant phar- line of skin products. "My
macist. He currently works mother worked in a hospi-
in one of the island's phar- tal setting and I did training

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and the hospital," Gr6aux
Launched in February
2006, this new product line
was created to fill a niche
that Gr6aux saw for prod-
ucts that are made with pri-
marily natural ingredients,
and that appeal to the many
visitors who come to Saint
Barth and are concerned
with the care of their skin.
"I had the idea three years
ago," Gr6aux recalls. He
personally developed the
formulas used for his prod-
ucts, which range from
after-sun gel and face
masks to shampoo and lip
balm. "Everything is made
with aloe, other plant
extracts, and oils," he says.
The products are also rich
in vitamins E, A, C, and B,
as well as mineral salts,


amino acids, and
enzymes to help mois-
turize and refresh the
skin. Once the formu-
las were set, Gr6aux
found a laboratory in
France that tested each
of the products and
now manufactures
them. "We don't have
the structure to make
this kind of natural
product here in Saint
Barth," he explains.
"The products are
fragile, and a lot of
care goes into making
them." In fact Gr6aux
is hoping to get a "Bio
label" for his products,
emphasizing their natural,
environmentally friendly
Gr6aux also designed his
own packaging, which
incorporates the outline of
an aloe plant as a logo that
he drew himself and that
appears on white tubes
with an orange and green
graphic treatment; he even
writes his own marketing
copy. The TIALOES prod-
ucts, which can be used by
both men and women, are
for sale in the pharmacies
of Saint Barth, as well as at
Privilege, Totem Surf
Shop, Physea, and the bou-
tique at the Isle de France,
as well as a pharmacy in
Saint Martin and one in
Marie Galante.

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U Local Weather

Chance of rain ( :-
High: 80 F/27 C
Wind East, 15 mph/25 km/h
Chance of precipitation: i .
Night: Clear
Low: 78 F / 26 C
Wind ENE
17 mph / 28 km/h

Chance of rain .-. ,
High: 80 F/27 C
Wind East
13 mph / 21 km/h
Chance of precipitation: 20%
Night: Chance of a
-1 Itl I 't I !l' !!!
Low: 78 F / 26 C
Wind East 15 mph/25 km/h

Chance of a

High: 80 F/27 C
Wind East 8 mph /14 km/h
Chance of precipitation: 20%
Night: Chance of a
Low: 78 F / 26 C
Wind ENE 15mph/25km/h

Chance of a

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High: 80 F/27 C
Wind ENE llmph/18km/h
Chance of precipitation: ir .
Night: Chance of rain
Low: 78 F / 26 C
Wind NE 15mph/25km/h

* Driving in St Barths

The traffic circle at La
Tourmente (the top of the
hill near the airport) has
"' altered the traffic patterns
for who has the right-of-
way. Now, vehicles
:k& already engaged in the
T traffic circle have priority.
Below is a small diagram
to help you figure out
Sv u.? what to do.


You do not
have the
right of way


Published by "Le Journal de Saint-Barth"
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email: stborthweekly@wanadoo.fr
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* Horoscope
ARIES (March 21- April 19): Do not
get involved with individuals
who are already committed to
others. Don't blow situations out
of proportion. Get involved in
creative projects that will
enhance your earning power.
Remember; talk to them, not at
TAURUS (Apr. 21- may 21): You
can accomplish a lot if you direct
your thoughts toward starting
your own small business on the
side. You should put in some
extra hours developing that crea-
tive idea you have. It might be
time to do some of those chores
at home. You may exaggerate
your emotional situation..
GEMINI (May 22-June 21): Extend
an invitation to clients you enjoy
spending time with. If you've
been under stress and worrying
about older members of the
family, it's time to come to terms
with the situation. Don't let
friends or relatives make you feel
guilty if you're not able to attend
one of their affairs. You may be
able to impart knowledge that's
innovative to those searching for
a new angle..
CANCER (June 22-July 22): If you
can get away for a vacation, do
so. You may want to stay in the
background this week. Changes
in your home may be alarming at
first. You should put in some
extra hours developing that crea-
tive idea you have

LEO (July 23-Aug 22): Opportuni-
ties for travel and communication
are evident. Take your time. Tell
it like it is. You may have pro-
blems with children. You're
undergoing changes.
VIRGO (Aug. 23 -Sept. 23): You are
best to work at home if you can.
Spend some time on yourself.
Your creative input will be appre-
ciated by your boss. Financial
investments that deal with joint
money can be extremely prospe-

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LIBRA (Sept. 24 -Oct. 23) : You
could have trouble persuading
others to accept your ideas and
opinions. Don't argue with
family. Visit friends or relatives
you don't get to see very often.
Control your anger.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24 Nov. 22): Such
over indulgence due to emotional
upset will be your downfall. Your
hypnotic eyes will capture the
hearts of those who interest you.
You will be entertained and intri-
gued by the logic foreigners pos-
sess. Think before you act.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 -Dec. 21):
Don't forget that your budget is
limited right now. Family mem-
bers may want you at home,
when your heart is telling you to
spend time with someone you
recently met. You may have the
energy to clear up that mound of
paperwork facing you. Organize
social events or family gathe-
CAPRICORN (Dec 22.- Jan. 20):
Insincere gestures of friendliness
are likely to occur. Problems on
the home front might be a little
disconcerting. Your best efforts
will come through investments
concerning your home. Anger
could lead to problems.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 -Feb. 19) :
Your temper could get the better
of you if you confront personal
situations. Real estate invest-
ments could be prosperous. You
hard work and dedication will
payoff, so stick to your guns and
do your job well. Put your efforts
into your work or money making
ventures rather than your emotio-
nal life.
PISCES (Feb. 20 March 20) :
There'll be difficulties if you
spend too much. Romantic
opportunities will flourish
through travel or communication.
Think about your budget before
booking a trip. You must be sure
not to be frivolous, because as the
saying goes, easy come, easy go.




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m Classified ads

Gustavia, waterfront
triplex apt, 360 sqft,
furnished one bedroom
A/C, 2 bathrooms, liv-
ing room w. dining
area, kitchen, terrace
facing the harbour.
1995 euros/month
Fax./tel : (0590)
29.74.48 or
kokon@ wanadoo.fr

Real Estate
85-88- For sale owner
to owner, panoramic
view of St Jean Bay
beautiful villa entirely
new. Contact 06 90 711
575 or kayquattroc-

For sale: brasserie busi-
ness located in St. Jean.
3-6-9 year lease. For
additional information
write to brasserie cre-

Exclusivity For Sale : 6
bedrooms / 4 bath villa,
living room, large ter-
race + additional fully
equipped studio, pool,
sea view, Flamands
area. Well maintained,
furnished. 2.250.000
euros. Contact "St Barth

Properties; Sotheby's
international realty" at
0590 29 75 05

For Sale, Saint.Jean,
close to the beach, 2
bedrooms / 2 bath villa,
living room, pool,
ajoupa. Recent buil-
ding. 1 200 000 euros.
Contact "St Barth
Properties; Sotheby's
international realty" at
0590 29 75 05

Villa for sale Top hill
villa in St Jean, great
views, 2 bed/ 2 bath,
garage 1.185.000 euros.
Ref. : 06.252 Contact
les Vents Aliz6s: (590)
590 27 78 70 or email :

Business for sale Easy
to run 190.000 euros
Ref. : 06.249 Contact
les Vents Aliz6s: (590)
590 27 78 70 or email :

Villa for sale- Villa near
St Jean, Lovely beach,
2 bed / 2 bath and pool
& ajoupa 1.200.000
euros. Ref. : 06.250

Contact les Vents
Aliz6s: (590) 590 27 78
70 or email

Facing the ocean:
k1h.iiniiii,. typical Cre-
ole cottages, two bed-
rooms, very good con-
dition, 1,350,000 euros.
Call for additional
information: IMMO
BUSINESS 05 90 29
22 98, immo-busi-

Sublime and prestigious
ensemble of villas and
very private cottages,
refined decor and archi-
tecture, limitless views
of the turquoise horizon
3,800.000 euros Call
for additional informa-
tion: IMMO BUSI-
NESS 05 90 29 22 98,
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For Sale, Pointe Milou
leeward, West oriented
with exceptional view,
2 bedrooms /2 bath
villa, living room, pool.
Furnished. High rental
potential. 1.500.000
euros. Contact "St Barth
Properties, Sotheby's

international realty" at
0590 29 75 05

Land for sale with a
building permit, large
open sea view, great
size for a quiet place.
Call for additional
information: IMMO
BUSINESS 05 90 29
22 98, immo-busi-

Looking for Rental
"Mature American cou-
ple seeks long-term
(one year) rental of 2 or
3 bedroom house,
beginning May 1 or
May 15. All areas of
island considered.
House with view of the
sea or close to the beach
preferred. Pool not
necessary. Contact
N e i 1
neil_ 104@yahoo.com
or 001-781-259-0190"

Looking for work
My name is Andrea, I
am looking for a house-
keeping job. I am a very
serious woman. Please
call 06 90 711 575

Immo Business
rue Lafayette
Charming a Gustavia BP 119
97133 Saint Barth6lemy
T61. : (590) 590 292 298
ou 06 90 39 85 86
Fax: (590) 590 293 295

Charming and spacious new villa
with view of St Jean Bay, three bedrooms
in two bungalows, swimming pool, plus
independent apartment with two bedrooms.

300 meters from the beach
High-quality construction,
Two bedroom villa, perfect condition
Luxury detail
1,200,000 E

An untamed natural setting surrounds
this charming villa, built on 1900 Sq meters
offlat, accessible land. Two bedrooms, large
terrace, garage, and independent apartment.
1,400,000 euros

U Emergency numbers




Shipping rescue
PAF / airport & port police
Fire dept.
Doctor on duty
Pharmacy AMroport
Saint Jean
* Useful numbers

Boat company

Airlines company

Rapid Explorer
St-Barth Commuter
Air Caraibes
American Airlines

05 96 70 92 92
059027 1170
05 90 29 76 76
05 90 27 60 35
18 / 05 90 27 66 13
05 90 27 76 03
05 90 27 66 61
05 90 27 61 82
05 90 29 02 12

05 90 27 87 27
05 90 27 66 97
05 90 87 10 68
05 90 27 60 33
05 90 27 61 01
05 90 27 71 90
00 599 54 Sl 1-1i1

To, ,. 05 90 2
EDF (electricity company office) 05 90 2!
Water system 05 90 2
Post Gustavia 05 90 2
Marine Reserve 0690 3
church 05 90 2
church Sunday 9am. 05 90 2
'church St Barth Beach Hotel Sunday 9am


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