Title: St Barth weekly
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Publisher: Journal de Saint-Barth
Place of Publication: Saint Jean, Saint Barthelemy
Publication Date: December 8, 2006
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The Saint Barth
Weekly is happy to
be back for its
fourth 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 news-
paper "Le Journal
de Saint Barth", as
well as original
articles in English,
the Saint-Barth
Weekly is the only
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
barths.com), the
wonderful web site
that our friends
Bruno and Geral-
dine Colletas crea-
ted in 1996.
Thanks to them,
you can now
download every
edition of the
Saint-Barth Wee-
kly, so that no mat-
ter where you are
in the world, you
can stay in contact
with the island.

Telethon 2006 Announced

lans are under-
way for the
20th anniver-
sary of the French
fund-raising Telethon,
both on a national
and local level. In
Saint Barth, the Lions
Club will run the
pledge center for the
Northern Islands, and
is requesting that
associations organize
their own fund-rais-
ing drives and
encourage the entire
population to show its support
for this effort. The goal of the
Lions Club is simple: to sur-
pass the 23,255 euros of
pledges and donations made

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in 2005 in Saint Barth and
Saint Martin. In the Antilles,
the event will run from
3:00pm on Friday, December
8 through Saturday, Decem-
ber 10 at 8:00pm. The pledge

center for Saint Barth will be
located next to the Capitainer-
ie on the main dock in Gus-
tavia, and will remain open
during the 30 hours of the

Telethon Fund-Raising Drives

Light Up The Telethon
Across from the pledge center
on the dock in Gustavia, the
Association for the Protection
of Public (ASP) hopes to
meet its big challenge: to
form and light up the word
"Telethon" during the event.
In addition they are planning
a torchlight parade and a
make-up workshop. Cactus
Production will provide a
musical ambiance and ASC-
CO will participate with the
sale of local specialties for
lunch and dinner.

ALC's Nautical
The beach in Corossol will be
another center of activity dur-
ing the Telethon, where ALC
(the association from
Corossol) will organize vari-
ous nautical activities during
a 25-hour period. These
include buoy races, swim-
ming, kayaking, paddle races
(windsurfing without the
sails), football, and games on
the beach for small chil-

dren... all with an eye to rais-
ing money. These activities
will start at 4:00pm on
December 8 and continue
non-stop through 5:00pm on
Saturday, December 9.

Arts Festival
for the Telethon
The fourth edition off the arts
festival called Art En Fete,
organized by the Saint B'Art
association, will be dedicated
to the Telethon. Rather than
take place at the Wall House
as in the past, this year's
event will take place in the
upstairs room at the Capi-
tainerie on the dock in Gus-
tavia. The program includes a
concert by the children of the
Suzuki violin school, a per-
formance by the actors of SB
Artists, a series of videos pre-
sented by the Saint Barth
Film Festival, and a recital by
the Escapade and Bons
Chceurs choirs. This year's
entries in the Saint B'Art
paining competition will be
displayed downstairs, around

the pledge center. Entry to the
various events is one euro,
and all monies will be donat-
ed to the Telethon.

Arrows for the Telethon
At the archery center in Saint-
Jean, the Francs Archers of
Saint Barth are organizing a
variety of activities: in addi-
tion to an archery contest for
beginners, there are also
workshops in more advanced
archery styles, and a leg of
lamb shoot, a popular coun-
tryside activity in France. The
idea is to hang a leg of lamb
at 45 feet and each archer has
five arrows; the archer who
places the most arrows in the
target wins the leg of lamb.
The fun begins at 4:00pm on
Friday and continues as late
as possible Friday night, with
a 10:00am start on Saturday
until the end of the Telethon.

Everyone is invited to partici-
pate in these events. In Saint
Barth, to make a donation to
the Telethon call 36 37.



It was a very emotional
Tuesday afternoon at
the Catholic Church in
Gustavia during the funeral
services for Sony Brin,
fourth deputy mayor, who
was found dead at his home
in Gouverneur on Monday
morning. The recently reno-
vated church was not suffi-
cient to hold the large
crowd that attended the
service preceding the burial
at the cemetery in Saint
Jean. In addition to his fel-
low municipal council
members, a delegation of
elected officials from Saint
Martin attended as well,
paying a last tribute to a
man who spent almost three
decades in the political serv-
ice of his island. The mayor
also offered homage to
Sony Brin in a communique
to the press and public, as
published below: "The
mayor, the municipal coun-

cil, and all of the municipal
personnel of Saint Barthele-
my are saddened by the
death of their colleague and
friend Sony Brin. He passed
away on Monday, Decem-
ber 4 at his home in Gou-
verneur. He was 52 years
old. As fourth deputy may-
or, he was responsible for
the island's commission on
tourism, transportation, and
public relations. Born in
Saint Barth on October 12,
1954, he was an only child
who at the early age of nine
lost his father. His mother
raised him alone in the
1960s with help from a
large extended family. It
was this proximity, espe-
cially with his uncle, who
taught him his profession
as a businessman, which
resulted in the ownership
of jewelry and shoe
stores. Sony was one of
the only jewelers on the



island whose prices
remained affordable for
his compatriots.
Passionate about public life,
early on he became active in
the development of this
island, Saint-Barthelemy, in
both economic and political
affairs. He knew that on a
small island like ours, these
two forces are like the two
sides of a scale. He always
respected the separation of
these two elements with an
eye toward harmonious
development. It was always
in this spirit that he directed

his efforts in terms of the
promotion of tourism for
our island. During his 29
years and nine months as a
public figure, he defended
the interests of the munici-
pality, especially during the
23 years and 9 months he
served as a deputy mayor.
We offer our sincere condo-
lences to his family and his
friends, and share the pain
of their loss which is
marked with sadness by our
entire community."
Bruno Magras,
mayor of Saint Barthelemy

Delivery of second desalination plant:

Island's water production to increase to more

than 4000 cubic meters per day
anyone driving along the water, the pressure must be
road into Gustavia last between 54-80 bars. Minerals
Thursday and Friday cer- and chlorine are then added to the
tainly noticed something: a new water. As opposed to the system
water desalination plant is under of desalination by distillation, or
construction in Public, where the evaporation, this water does not
various structural elements were need to be heated as it is pro-
lifted by crane to the site of the duced at an ambient temperature.
first plant run by the UCDEM The other difference is that the
water company. Expected to pro- first desalination plant is operated
duce up to 1500 cubic meters of by steam produced by burning
water per day, this new installa- trash at the incinerator or by
tion functions on the principles of using fuel, while electricity is
reverse osmosis. A new technolo- used for the reverse osmosis
gy perfected by NASA to provide pure process, water is forced across a mem- plant, primarily to feed the high-
water for astronauts, reverse osmosis brane, leaving the impurities behind. pressure pumps. Installation should be
has also been used in the treatment of The permeability of the membrane can completed by mid-December, after
brackish water or city, a le!' that needs be so small that practically all impuri- which the water will be analyzed for
to be purified, but only in its most ties, including salt molecules, are sepa- purity. Once its quality has been certi-
recent iteration has it been applied to rated from the water. High pressure is fled it will be added to the island's
the desalination of ocean water. The used to push the water through the water system. This should happen by
principle: In the reversed osmosis membrane. For the desalination of sea- February 2007.


Six new bins and the trash collection center advances

he reorganization of
the trash collection
center continues:
after the paving of the back
part of the loading platform
and the arrival of an auto-
matic bridge several
months ago, there are now
six new metal bins, and a
new truck to lift them, that
have been in service for the
past two weeks. The bins
replace the old metal bas-
kets that were rusted and
not adaptable to automatic
machinery. Four of the six
are already in use: one for
aluminum cans, one for
household trash, one for
glass, ceramics, and other
metal cans, and the final
one for iron. A truck with
an automatic arm picks
them up. This new phase of
the operation represents an
investment of approximate-
ly 60,000 euros.

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Other than simplifying the
work at the center, these
new bins, painted white

and marked with large blue
squares with white letters,
also greatly improve the

overall look of the site.
Marceau Danet, its direc-
tor, hopes this will encour-
age people to show more
respect for the area.
Yet there is more to come:
after the rush of the tourist
season, the entry to the site
should be paved as well,
and the direction of traffic
flow will be improved. The
crushing of metal should
also be improved with the
repairs made to the
machinery on the one hand,
and the moving of the
machine closer to the loca-
tion of the incinerator on
the other. There should also
be a new "arm" to lift
things to the machine. One
hopes that the metal crush-
ing machine will be back in
running order by February

Recycling Project At The Junior High
A aluminum and glass to one
side: the rest to the other. For -.
the past two weeks, junior
high students have been engaged in a i
recycling project. Five collection .1
points around the school now have
two different trash containers- one
for glass and aluminum, the second I6
for all other trash. This is part of a
sustainable environment project et5
going on throughout French high
schools that is aimed at teaching stu-
dents how to deal with today's envi-
ronmental needs without compro-
mising the needs of future genera-
tions. Six students volunteered for
the first week of recycling. Their
role: During each recess period, they
are stationed near the trash contain-
ers and remind their fellow students
how to separate their trash properly. tiative will go beyond t
A sign-up sheet is available at the the school and that the s
school for additional volunteers. the schoo and that the s
The tai staff 1 he. i continue to recycle at ho
The teaching staff hopes that this ini- continue to recycle at ho
aging their parents to do


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he walls of don't already) until the entire island
students will participates in a coherent trash dis-
me, encour- posal system.
so (if they



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Au Port
Bte a Z'Ailes
Carl Gustaf (Le)
Cafe Victoire
Caviar Island
Do Brazil
Eddy's Restaurant
La Creperie
La Gamelle
La Mandala

La Marine
La Route des Boucaniers
La Vella
La Saladerie
Le Sapotiller
Le Vietnam
Pipiri Palace
Repaire des Rebelles
The Strand
Ti Zouk K'fe
Wall House

Saint Jean
Eden Rock
Nikki Beach
La Plage
Le Jardin
Le Piment
Le Terraza

05.90.27 62 36
05 90 29 74 09
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Francois Plantation 05.90.29 80 22
Les Bananiers

Hostellerie des 3 Forces


K'fe Massai
Le Wok
Le Portugal a St Barth
Pointe Milou
Le Mango (Hotel Le Christopher)
Le Taino (Hotel Le Christopher)
Ti St-Barth

Esprit Saline
Grain de Sel
Le Tamarin

05.90.29 76 78
05 90 27 52 52

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05.90.52 46 10
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Grand Cul de Sac
Bartolomeo (H8tel Guanahani) 05.90.27 66 60
Indigo (Hotel Guanahani) 05 90 27 66 60
La Gloriette (La) 05.90.27 75 66
Le Lafayette club 05 90 27 62 52
Le Rivage 05.90.27 82 42
Restaurant des phcheurs (Hotel Le Sereno)
Le Gaiac (H6tel Le Toiny) 05.90.27 88 88
Santa Fe 05.90.27 61 04
Maya's 05.90.27 75 73
Chez Rolande 05.90.29 76 78
La Case de l'ile 05.90.27 61 81
La Langouste
Taiwana 05.90.27 65 01
Le Regal 05.90.29 85 26
Anse des Cayes
Chez Ginette
Chez Yvon 05.90.29 86 81
Fellini Ristorante (H6tel Le Manapany)
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Where to go dancing? See an at exhibit?
Listen to live music? Time Out keeps you up to date on local happenings. Let's party !

Special Events

I French Telethon
this weekend: a national
event from 3:00pm,
Friday, December 8 thru
8:00pm, Saturday,
December 9: Program
of local events, page 2.

I Through
"Gourmet festival."
Cuisine from the Relais
Plaza, a chic Parisian
brasserie, on the menu at
Bartolomeo Guanahani
Hotel, Grand Cul de Sac.

Live M music
I Every Evening
- Lounge mix, 7:30pm to
12:00pm, Bar't6,
Hotel Guanahani,
Grand Cul de Sac
- Darian Cunning Trio
through December 9, soul,
indie, alternative music,
from 8:30pm to midnight,
Bet'a Z'ailes, Gustavia
- Papagayo & friends,
8:00pm, except Monday,
La Plage, Saint-Jean
- Every evening starting
December 3, live guitar and
DJ mix. 11:00pm-1:00am,
Yacht Club, Gustavia
I FromThursday to Saturday
Alan Landry, piano, 8:00pm,,
Gaiac restaurant, Hotel Le
I From Tuesday to Saturday
- Phil on piano, Christopher
H6tel, Pointe Milou, starting
at 7:00pm
I From Monday to Tuesday
Stephane, sunset concert at
5:30pm, Carl Gustav Hotel,
I From Wednesday to Friday
- Nadege, sunset concert at
5:30pm, Carl Gustav Hotel,

Let's Party
I Friday, December 8
Lunch music by Philippe

Paris at La Plage restaurant,
St Jean
I Saturday, December 9
- Lunch music by Philippe
Paris at La Plage restaurant,
St Jean
- West Indian evening with
I Piano Bar Jazz with
Alain at Caviar Island,
Carr6 d'Or, Gustavia,

DJ St6phane, starting at
7:00pm, Bacardi Caf6 a la
Villa Cr6ole, St Jean
- Grand M6chant Zouk at Ti
Zouk K'f6 Gustavia
I Sunday, December 10
- Lunch fever mixed by
Philippe Paris at La Plage
restaurant, St Jean
- Brunch at Manapany, with
Christine Gordon, noon to
I Monday December 11
- Marrakech evening, mint
tea and belly dancers at Ti St
Barth, Pointe Milou
- Acoustic concert with the
group Heckel & Jeckel,
Bacardi Caf6, Villa Creole,
St Jean, 7:00pm
I Tuesday December 12
- Caribean BBQ with
accoustic music at La Marine
Restaurant, Gustavia
- Pink Full Moon from
7:00pm party at La plage
restaurant, St Jean
I Thursday December 13
Angel Night, white dress
code, at Ti St Barth, Pointe

Night Clubs
I Every night
- Casa Nikki, Gustavia
- Yacht Club, Gustavia
) Monday
- Cream evening by Mateo,
Yacht Club, Gustavia
- "Studio 54," Casa Nikki,
I Thursday December 7
- Pink Party, dress code pink
& white, Casa Nikki,
- White Party with DJs
Patrice & Guillaume, Yacht
Club a Gustavia

I Basile, Haitian painter,
Galerie Asie, Gustavia
I Through December 10,
Group Show: Dolores Marat,
Babeth Montagnier, Jeanne
Susplugas, Raimundo
Figueroa, to b.art Gallery,
I December 15 January 7
Group Show: Earth on Fire
Dominique Rousserie (paint-
ings), Raimundo Figueroa
(paintings), Lucio Salvatore
(Photographs) to b.art
Gallery, Carr6 d'Or, Gustavia
I Permanent exhibits
- Michelle Marie's new exhi-
bition at the Hotel Carl
Gustaf, Gustavia
- Alain le Chatelier, Les
Artisans, Gustavia
-Pompi, Petit Cul de Sac
Hannah Moser, Cul de Sac
Antoine Heckly, Galerie
Indochine, Gustavia
- Wall House restaurant :
Eve Ducharme Art Gallery
present selection of painters:
Philippe Bertho, Monique
Journod, Pierre-Luc Bartoli...
I Art Galleries
- Eve Ducharme Art Gallery,

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Plates s Fitness
Pilates studio- mat & reformer
Group & private classes
Fitness studio, spinning...
0590 279321

by appointment only
-To-b.art galerie, Gustavia
-Me.di.um gallery, Gustavia
-Didier Spindler, Spindler
Gallery, Gustavia
-Central b.ART Gallery,
near Ti Zouk K'f6, Gustavia
Pipiri Boutique, art gallery,

Fashion Shows
I Everyda
- 1:30-2:00pm, Hotel Isle de
France boutique, Flamands
- 1.30pm & 7:30pm, fashion
show featuring Geisha
Vampire, La Plage, St Jean
e Every Tuesday evening,
6:30 pm, Hotel Isle de France
boutique, Flamands

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Second Annual

"Mode In Saint Barth" Event

organized by Nikki and make-up artists came
Beach in collabora- from Puerto Rico. From
tion with the local beachwear to cocktail
business and hotel
associations, the
second edition of
"Mode In Saint
Barth" took place
last weekend, with
three days of fash-
ion shows at Nikki
Beach in the early -'.r
afternoon, and on
the main dock in
Gustavia, which was trans- dresses, the collection was
formed into a runway, at designed by Faby and con-
teatime. Lolita Jaca was the fected either in Saint Barth
first to step into the spot- or in India, featuring her
light, on Friday, December original prints and embroi-
1, with a new collection by dery on cotton, as well as
Faby Jaca, who first unique one-of-a-kind
opened a boutique in 1995 pieces for the holidays. On
in the Carre d'Or in Gus- Saturday, Renato Nucci
tavia before creating her followed suit, also showing
own line of women's 30 pieces from the 2007
ready-to-wear three years spring/summer collection
ago. The collection includ- on the dock in Gustavia.
ed 30 pieces from her 2007 The Renato Nucci boutique
collection, and were worn has been open in Saint-
by the ten models partici- Barth for a little more than
pating in "Mode In Saint a year, and the collection
Barth" : all of the models, primarily featured very
as well as the hair stylists feminine dresses, in silk,
cotton, or linen
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ion show by
Stephane &
Bernard, the
pioneers of
haute couture
and designer
ready-to-wear in
Saint Barth.
This was not
their first fash-
ion show by any
means: shortly
after they
opened their
boutique in
Saint Barth in
1983, they .-"
organized their
first show at the Sereno
Hotel and invited Mounia,
the muse of Yves St Lau-
rent, as their special guest
star. After hurricane Luis in
September 1995, the munic-
ipality asked them to organ-
ize another show, which has
held on the plaza in front of
the Wall House in Gustavia.
The goal was to show that
in spite of the violent nature
of the storm and the level of
damage it caused, that Saint
Barth was still alive and
well. On Sunday, St6phane

& Bernard showed no less
than 80 items from the 2007
spring/summer collections
of such top designers as
Valentino, Emanuel
Ungaro, Jean-Claude Jitrois,
Sonia Rykiel, John Gal-
liano, Escada, Jiki, Christian
Lacroix, Versace, and Herve
Leger. Swimsuits by Eres
were also on display, with
the entire show pulsating to
DJ Adriano's mix of classi-
cal and modem music.
How fashionable!

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After the creation of
easyJet and the
easyHotel chain,
entrepreneur Stelios Haji-
Ioannou moved into the
low-cost cruise market. As
announced this week, easy-
CruiseOne will ply the
waters of the Caribbean
this winter with a new itin-
erary that takes in the
islands of St. Martin, St.
Barth, St. Kitts, Nevis, and

"We are extremely enthusi-
astic about this new
Caribbean itinerary," says
Stelios Haji-Ioannou, the
founder of easyCruise. "We
discussed various options
for a new itinerary includ-
ing Miami, The Bahamas,
and Barbados, where we
dropped anchor last year.
But as is our philosophy,

we put various r
the possible mi:
happy to repo
Martin and the
islands have
opportunity t
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x and I am of the boat and improved
rt that St. the quality of our onboard
neighboring services, to assure our
won out. guests of a pleasant trip on
allows the land and at sea." Sailing
o explore early each morning, easy-
nations by Cruise arrives in a new port

ght, for a
)rt voyage,
, at really
ces," adds
edition, we

If 'Chante Nwel' means
the singing of Christmas
carols in Creole, then
Kasika & Benzo is certainly
the most popular group
from Guadeloupe to sing
Creole Christmas songs.
They will appear in Saint
Barth on December 21 for a
big holiday celebration
organized by ASCCO in
Colombier. Kasika & Benzo
was formed in 1997 at the
initiative of the municipality
of Pointe-a-Pitre, which
wanted to organize a Christ-
mas carol event on the Place
de la Victoire. Declic Com-
munication noted the suc-
cess of this event and sug-
gested that the musicians,
who were not officially a
group, make an album.
Released in November
1997, the album was a huge
success. In December 1997,
they organized a second
concert, this time taped by
RFO television and broad-
cast during the Christmas
holiday period. Albums,

by late morning so guests
can enjoy daytime activi-
ties and nightlife in some
of the Caribbean's best des-
In a departure from other
cruise ships, easy-
CruiseOne offers many
different cruise options,
from a two-night mini-
mum to a full two weeks.
For example, a double
cabin with porthole can be
had from Friday through
Monday for 145 euros per
person, based on double
Additional information can
be found at www.easy-

concerts, and tours followed
in Guadeloupe and through-
out the Caribbean. Kazika &
Benzo were even invited by
the municipality of Nantes
to perform in the Erdre Fes-
tival. This year marks the
second time they will appear
in Saint Barth: the first time
was in December 2003
when Romy and Cactus
Production were able to
bring one of the most popu-
lar Christmas groups to the
island. This time, it is ASC-
CO who is responsible for
their appearance. This free
concert and Christmas carol
event will take place on the
tennis court at ASCCO in

The large size of the group,
Kazika & Benzo, makes the
concert very expensive for
ASCCO to produce. Any-
one interested in making a
donation to this non-profit
association should contact
05 90 27 61 07

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spirits of the fashion show

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Party Time at the Rigal, where sports and Creole cooking
mix for a hot local scene in Corossol

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contest and Miss Colombia

in this year's competition

German Journalists

in Saint Barth

A s part of the booth for
Guadeloupe and its outlying
islands, Catherine Charneau
represents Saint Barth at the world's
largest tourism fair, International
Tourism Berlin (ITB). This year, her
efforts were rewarded in the maga-
zine Gala Allemagne, which first
wrote an article about the Saint Barth
home of the German designer, Otto
Kern, then devoted five pages to the
island in its November issue. Next
came six journalists representing the
general, economic, and tourism press
in Germany that have made a trip to

discover the island.
Sponsored by the Maison de France
in Germany, these six journalists
were accompanies by a representa-
tive from Air France Germany, and
met with some of the island's leading
figures in the worlds of tourism, cui-
sine, politics, and the history of St
Barthelemy. During their four-day
visit, the high quality of the island's
hotels and restaurants, as well as the
beauty of its beaches and the contact
they had with the local population
impressed them.

Miss Carafbes Hibiscus 2007 Hails From Guyana
op honors in the spent a day in Saint
16th annual ,".- Barth, as they do every
Miss Caraibes ~ year. According to
is contest went Patrick Eugene, the
ynes Chatenay, \ event organizer, the
year-old first contestants appreciate
up to Miss this trip, saying it is
a (who was in their "favorite stop."
at the time for They arrived in the
ss France com- morning aboard the
n). The Miss Voyager and immedi-
us event was ately went shopping in
December 3 at Gustavia before head-
sino Royale at ing over to City Hall
n Sint Marteen. where mayor Bruno
8 points, Miss Chate- runner-up. The friendship took second place for best Magrasanddeputymayor
o also won the prize prize went to Miss Cayman costume of the evening. Henri Louis welcomed
best traditional cos- Islands, while Miss Haiti Before the winners were them officially to Saint
ad one more noint won the Miss Popularity selected, the 13 candidates Barth.

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* Local Weather

Chance of Rain ...
Scattered Clouds
High: 840 F/290 C
Wind East 20 mph/32 km/h
Chance of precipitation 30%
Night: Scattered Clouds
Low: 800F/270 C
Wind East 20 mph/32 km/h

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Scattered Clouds ...
High:84 F/290C
Wind East 20 mph/32 km/h
Night: Chance of Rain
Scattered Clouds
Low: 80 F / 270 C
Wind East 22 mph/36 km/h
Chance of precipitation 30%

Chance of Rain m -- ..
Scattered Clouds
High: 840 F/290 C
Wind East 22 mph/ 36 km/h
Chance of precipitation 40%
Night: Scattered Clouds
Low: 800F/270C
Wind ENE 22mph/ 36km/h
Chance of precipitation 20%

Chance of Ram "-
High: 840 F/290 C
Wind East 20 mph/32 km/h
Night: Chance of rain
Scattered Clouds
Low: 80 F / 27 C
Wind ENE 22 mph/36 km/h


You do not
have the
right of way

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
already engaged in the
traffic circle have priority.
Below is a small diagram
to help you figure out
what to do.


* Puzzle Oat
There's no math involved.
The grid has numbers, but
nothing has to add up to
anything else. You solve the
puzzle with reasoning and
logic. It's fun. It's challeng-

ing. It's addictive!"Fill in the
grid so that every row,
every column, and every
3x3 box contains the digits
1 through 9."That's all there
is to it.



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U Emergency numbers

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

05 96 70 92 92
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

Tourism ,, 05 90 27 87 27
Harbour 05 90 27 66 97
Boat company Voyager 05 90 87 10 68
Rapid Explorer 05 90 27 60 33
Airlines company Winair 05 90 27 61 01
St-Barth Commuter 05 90 27 54 54
Air Caralbes 05 90 27 71 90
American Airlines 00 599 54 52040
Taxis Gustavia 05 902766 31
Saint-Jean 05 90 27 75 81
St Bar (Bus Service) 05 902944 19
Town Hall 05 90 29 80 40
EDF (electricity company office) 05 90 29 80 81
Water system 05 90 27 60 33
Post ,- Gustavia 05 90 27 62 00
Marine Reserve 06 90 31 70 73
Catholic church Sunday 8:30am Gustavia 05 90 27 95 38
.1 church Sunday 9am. 05 90 29 74 63
Fi ., church St Barth Beach Hotel Sunday 9am

H Driving in St Barths

U Classified ads

Real Estate

DMB: Villa located in one of the most
sophisticated residential area of St Barts:
2 bedrooms, large living room, kitchen,
terrace and pool. Well equipped studio
fully independent, next to a large room
which could be converted into a livable
space. Nice view over the ocean facing
the sunset. 1600 000 E.
UA: Charming property located about
2mn from the beach nestled in a lunch
tropical garden. Local architecture mixing
exotic wood, carved stone and concrete.
Modern in its conception villa the includes
two bedrooms, living room kitchen and
decks. Price: 975 000 E.
Tel.: 05 90 29 88 91
For sale, a very pretty apart-
ment of 150m2, garage, private
swimming pool, 2 bedrooms
and equipped kitchen. Beauti-
ful and quality decor with a fan-
tastic view of Gustavia. This
property must be seen.
Contact: "St Barth Properties
Sotheby's International Realty"
: 0590 29 75 05

For sale, a completely renovat-
ed apartment of 120m2.
Located in Marigot, 2 bed-
rooms, terrace, patio etc.
Contact: "St Barth Properties
Sotheby's International Realty"
: 0590 29 75 05

For sale, pretty creole house on
166m2 of land. Consisting of
one bedroom, one bathroom, an


Check the solutions
to the Sudoku

office and an American exterior
kitchen opening onto a deck
with jacuzzi.
Contact: "St Barth Properties
Sotherby's International Real-
ty": 0590 29 75 05

Property in Devet (panoramic
view between Toiny and Petit
Cul de Sac, villa with 3 Bed, 2
Bath on 1/3 of acre 1,260,000
euros. Contact CMI
05 90. 27.80.88

Appartment in Saint Jean Sea
view, fully equipped 750,000
euros. Contact CMI:
05 90. 27.80.88

Little gem hidden in tropical
garden 3 "cases" St Bart's style
deck, teraces, great professional
kitchen. Potential for 3rd bun-
galow and/or pool. 950.000
euros Ref 06.264 Les Vents
Alizes Tel. : 0590 27 78 70

Spacious duplex in Marigot 2
bedrooms / 2 baths, balcony,
Jacuzzi in Tropical patio.
680.000 euros. Ref agency
06.258. Les Vents Alizes Tel. :
0590 27 78 70

Land in Flamand, surface 1/3 of
acre with viability (power,
water, tel) 1,050,000 euros.
Contact CMI 05

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