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: May 19, 2007
Copyright Date: 2007
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Rowing Across The Atlantic

The St. Barth
Weekly is happy to
be back for its
fourth season. The
Weekly is designed
to help you put your
finger on the pulse
of the local commu-
nity. Featuring an
English r6sum6 of
the top stories in
our French newspa-
per, Le Journal de
Saint Barth, as well
as original articles
in English, The St.
Barth Weekly is the
only completely
newspaper on the
island. It is distribu-
ted on the island
every week from
November through
the end of July. Our
most exciting news
is that each Friday,
The Weekly is also
available online at
Saint Barth Online
barths.com), the
wonderful web site
launched in 1996,
and now run by our
friends Bruno and
G6raldine Colletas.
Thanks to them,
you can download
every edition of The
St. Barth Weekly, so
that no matter
where you are in the
world, you can stay
in touch with your
favorite island.

They said it would take
100 days. On Sunday,
May 13, just before
2 1T 'pui, Graham Walters-
who will be 60 in two
months-landed on the
beach in Saint Jean, com-
pleting a 100-day adventure
of rowing across the Atlantic
Ocean. This Englishman, a
veteran of three Atlantic
crossings, left the beach of
La Gomera in Tenerife in the
Canary Islands on January
22. He had planned to arrive
in Antigua, a popular desti-
nation for this kind of event.
But the winds and water cur-
rents decided ili'c!. i,'c and
carried him to Saint Barth.
Patrick Laplace was anchor-
ing near Ilet Tourue when he
spotted Walters, and called
others to create a small wel-
coming committee for this
man who appeared quite
unexpectedly on our shores.

Weighing more than 40
pounds less than when he
started, Walters arrived in
good shape, sun tanned, with
a smile on his lips and the
muscles needed to row the

almost 3,000 miles that sepa-
rate the Canary Islands from
Saint Barth. His legs buckled
when he stood on dry land,
proof of the feat he has just
accomplished: to row across
the Atlantic in a small boat
just 15' long. This little boat
has quite a history, as its first
two owners, David John-
stone and John Hoare, disap-
peared in 1966. These two
English journalists attempted
the first rowing trip across
the Atlantic in the 20th cen-
tury aboard Puffin, the boat
Graham rowed on his jour-
ney. They had left Virginia

The, real meal 100 days at sea. Patrick Laplace, who
... .. Graham anchored by the islet of Tortue and who
accompanied him as far as his on Saint Jean beach,
cooked him some mahi-mahi. Graham and his boat, /' were
then towed to the Quai General de C in Gustavia where
they awaited the arrival of mayor Bruno Magras.

Beach in the US on May 21,
1996, and were headed to
the English shore. They nev-
er arrived. Puffin was found
in the middle of the Atlantic
with the diary the journalists
had left behind. Walters ded-
icated his expedition to
them, and took their journal
on his trip, reading a differ-
ent passage every day. "I
was looking for their
ghosts," he admits, "But I
did not meet them."

Walters began this project
three years ago, right after he
saw Puffin for the first time.
He -hl 'ii ul that the 40 year-
old boat was more than an
antique when he discovered
its excellent condition. He
had to convince the directors
of the Maritime Museum in
Exeter to allow him to use
the boat "to write another
chapter in its history."
Which he did!

A Carpenter On Land

A carpenter by trade, Gra-
ham Walters is from Leices-
ter, the mecca of English
sports and especially rowing,
where training takes place
on the Soar River. It is here
that Walters learned to row
at an early age. And it was

St Barth Weekly n0121

Special Italian Evening

Saturday, May, 19th, from 7pm

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"Ricotta cheese gnocchis" on a bed of dry tomatoes and basil sauce
T White wine : Cometa 2004 IGT Planeta
Wild shrimp with white and black pasta, salad "roquette" with virgin olive oil
I Rose wine : Rosato Rosa 2005 La Scolca
Veal "Osso bucco Milanese style" and fresh pasta
I Red wine : Barolo Docg 2003 Prunotto
Orange and grapefruit slices in a south Italian sweet wine sabayon
T Moscato di Pantelleria 2004 IGT Donnafugata
Limoncello sorbet
Price : 79 euros per person (wine included)

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The Story of Puffin

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2.5 tons and just 15 feet. A ofplywood and,,
which was revolutionary at the time, but rather heavy today:
that is '. the boat that David Johnstone and John
Hoare used in theirfatal attempt to be the to row across
the Atlantic in the 20th century. In this picture, was
.'aboard the USSL which '
the boat to the US in late 1965 when the two men set r on
their adventure. ( f' from Graham Walters' website:
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On October 14, 1966,
t he boat,
f. ound
in the mid-
SAtlantic by. The men's
journal was found
intact, with the
entry made on Septem-
ber 3, when a force two
wind was too to
continue rowing. The
wind, part of a hurri-
cane, only got
It is that the

d and 12.
(Photo from Graham Walers' website:

Rowing Across Th
on a scull that he pre-
pared for his adventure,

rowing two hours per day
for three years. During
the ocean crossing he
rowed for eight hours per
day. To drink, he had but
a tiny quantity of desali-
nated water created via
solar panels placed at the
back of the plywood and
fiberglass boat. 300
rations of freeze-dried
food made up the main
portion of his diet,with an
occasional fish, "but very
rarely as they were not
biting," he says. He did
not see any sharks, or
anything scary, which is
good as he did have to
dive into the ocean to
check the condition of the
hull. He did see a whale
in the midde of the Atal-
ntic. "The ocean was full
of plankton," says Wal-
ters. "It was like a multi-
tude of Christmas light."
As for the weather: he
had a barometer, and also
had a GPS aboard along
with a satellite telephone
with which he remained

179 is the number of rowers to have crossed the
Atlantic according to Kenneth Crutchlow, director
of the Ocean Rowing Society International, which
helped with the organization of Graham Walters's
expedition. For Crutchlow, who points out that
thousands of climbers have reached the peak of
Mount Everest, rowing across the ocean remains
one of the hardest challenges in the world.

Now that Graham has '. i' a new a new chapter
in the boat's history is written.

St Barth Weekly n0121

e Atlantic
in contact with his wife
once a week.
For Walters, this marked
his 4th transatlantic cross-
ing-two were races, the
last in 2003 to reach
(without success) the
Panama Canal (he got as
far as Bermuda...). This
time, aboard a 2.5 ton
row boat that is 40 years
old, was undoubtably the
hardest: "It "surfs" a lot
less than a modern boat
and it sits lower in the
water. It is very hard to
row." Upon arrival, Wal-
ters stated that this was
his last transatlantic
Last Wednesday, Puffin
was still in Saint Barth,
waiting to be towed to
Antigua where Graham
wants the boat to be on
display. Perhaps at the
Dockyard Museum which
retraces the history of the
former British port of
Saint John. Additional
information can be found
on the Internet at



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Gli Gli In Siu-Ba, li

Three Days Dedicated To Carib Culture

In Guyana and the southern
Antilles, where their ancestors
lived more than 1000 years ago,
there are but 25,000 Carib Indians
remaining. In Dominica, their second
largest territory, there are approxi-
mately 3,600. They are sad that their
history has been all but forgotten; the
history of the first people to -iik' in
the Caribbean who are still living
today. Other cultures, such as the
Arawaks, who visited Saint Barth as
they inhabited the Northern Islands,
and the Tainos who lived in the
Greater Antilles, were destroyed after
the arrival of the Spanish.
The goal of the Gli Gli (whose name
is a Caribbean bird used on a totem
for bravery) is to recall the existence
and history of the Caribs. The project
was launched 10 years ago, but began
with a meeting in Dominica in 1994
between Tortola artist Aragorn Dick-
Read and a Carib artist Jacob Freder-
ick, both interested in the art and cul-
ture f the Caribs. Jacob had a dream
since he was a child: to retrace the

path by which his ancestors arrived
in Dominica. This dream became a
reality with the Gli Gli project,
which included the construction of
a large Carib canoe, and the idea to
retrace the path in the opposite
direction, from Dominica to Guyu-
na, via all of the islands along the
way, to meet all the Caribs who
still live in the region. The journey
was captured on film in the BBC
documentary "The
bI"r 1 Quest Of The Carib
At the end of the first
voyage, Gli Gli was ^
taken to Tortola, where
maintenance and care
was easier than in
Dominica. Then, a little
over a year ago, the
canoe went to Antigua to
-. participate in a nautical
I parade during the
Antigua Classic Yacht

Gli Gli,
the Second Vovage!
Those responsible for the
second voyage of Gli Gli
went to Antigua on Sun-
day May 6. A total of 17
people, including 11 rep-
resentatives of the Carib
community in Dominica,
set out on the pirogue
while the rest of the crew

were aboard the schooner, Fiddler's
Green. The expedition was organized
to celebrate Gli Gli's 10 anniversary
and the renaissance of Carib culture
that is beginning to echo through the
regional islands.
After making a stop in Saint Kitts,
then Nevis, the boat arrived in Saint
Barth last Sunday after approximately
six hours of navigation. A welcome
committee included members of the
local UNESCO Club and its president
Daniel Blanchard. Events included
the sale of local products, a look at
the boats at the sailing school in Pub-
lic, a lecture at the Capitainerie-
where the BBC film was also
screened. When the GLI Gli headed
toward Saint Martin, it proudly flew
the colors of the Carib Indians.

St Barth Weekly n0121


Canalsat Caraibes Changes Satellites

Dishes To Be Redirected

specially trained tech-
nicians will take care
of the free reposition-
ing of satellite dishes for
the 200,000 subscribers in
the Antilles and Guyana
(3,000 in Saint-Barth), an
operation necessary for the
new satellite used by Canal-
Sat Caraibes. This should
be easy to accomplish but
for the company, this is a
big job that began about
two weeks ago, that date
that the new satellite, Intel-
Sat 903, was activated. And
the job absolutely must be
finished in six months, by
the end of October, after
which time the old satellite,
IntelSat 801, will no longer

work. In the meantime and
until all subscribers have
been transferred, the range
of programs will be broad-
cast by both satellites. This
is the first time such a thing
has occurred, and serves as
a test for the future merger
of TPS and Canal Plus onto
the same satellite (a project
that concerns 1.2 million
subscribers in metropolitan
France). Over 200 techni-
cians have been specially
trained for the Antilles-
Guyane region. In Saint-
Barth, where the redirection
of the satellite dishes is the
realm of Courants Faibles,
four additional crew were

Why change satellites? "First
because the IntelSat 801(launched in
March 1997 by an Ariane missile) is
outdated. It also ran into some tech-
nical problems and there is not
enough space for future develop-
ment, such as the addition of new
channels and high definition broad-
casts. Finally, the orbit of the new
satellite, IntelSat 903, is closer to the
Caribbean zone, so that the broad-
cast quality will be better. We also
hope to avoid the instance of lost
images during rain storms or when
there are heavy cloud formations,"
says Jean-Michel Boudet, director of
CanalSat Antilles-Guyane,.

How Will This Happen?
You don't have to do anything. Eight
days before the technical crew arri-
ves in your neighborhood, a date will
be suggested by telephone and
confirmed by a text message.

A New Deal
CanalSat Caraibes has signed an
agreement with the post office
based on the routes of the mail deli-
very, allowing CanalSat Caraibes to
work by geographic area.

How Much Does That Cost?
The cost of this re-directional cam-
paign: "Between 8 and 8 million eru-
ros," says Jean-Michel director of
CanalSat Antilles-Guyane region
where most of the chabges will be
paid for by CanaSat Caraibes.

A Big Promotional Campaign
Promoted in newspaper ads, in an
informational spot on Canal + Evb-
nement, on the Internet, and in cer-
tain shops CanaSat Caraibes has
organized a contest like "Stop and
Run" in Martinique, Guadeloupe,
Saint Martin, and Guyana, and the
cherry on the cake are the two spots

by Omar and Fred, specialists in
satellite TV for Canal+ RFO, and
location stations. CanaSat Caraibes
wants to make sure all of its subs-
cribers are aware of the ongoing

Local TV Station In The Mix
A channel for Saint Barth anytime
soon? "Why not," asks Jean-Michel
Boudet, who pointed out the com-
pany's political philosophy a few
weeks after Canal 10 started to be
broadcast on CanalSat: "In every
collectivity, we have always hoped
to have parallel public and private
stations. In Guadeloupe, Canal 10
was the first to ask us and now has
a satellite, while Martinique is
represented by ATV. Guyana should
soon have its own satellite was well,
launched by AGG. Wht not Saint
Barth and Saint Martin? Good

St Barth Weekly n0121 07

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he non-profit association, raphers. From Greenland to South
Saint Barth Environnement, Africa, by way of China, the US,
in collaboration with The and various islands, this exhibit
British Council, presents a series illustrates the reality of the effects
of images on the theme of global of global warming. Support for the
warming, with texts by celebrities. exhibition comes from the associa-
The images were taken by the tion, the municipality, and the
most well-known English photog- postal service.

wad'Air, the organization
responsible for checking local
air quality, issued a press
release yesterday informing the local
population that clouds of sand from the
Sahara were in the skies over the West
Indies. These clouds caused the air
quality index to reach a maximum of
10, which means the air quality is very
bad. These sand clouds happen almost
every year at the same time, carrying
grains of sand that are less then 10
microns in diameter, which can cause
respiratory irritations (such as provok-
ing asthma attacks), and affect the eyes.
People who are susceptible (nursing
mothers, those with asthma or allergies,
senior citizens, heart patients...) might
experience nasal or respiratory prob-
lems due to this dust, or encounter seri-
ous l'ic.ing!i problems.


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he Restaurant des
P6cheurs at the
Sereno hotel has
organized a theme evening
for Saturday, May 19 at
7pm. After tasting wins
from Bandol in Provence in
March, this time the accent
is on Italy, its cooking and
its wines. Chef Jean-Luc
Grabowski has created a
special tasting menu based
on certain wines and ingre-
dients flown in direct from
Italy via Rosario of Euro
Gourmet. The wines
include red, white, ros6,
and Muscat (a sweet wine),
which will accompnay
ricotta gnocchis Osso Buco
with fresh pasta, and a
Sabayon with citrus fruit
from Pantelleria, the Italian
island where Giorgio


Armani spends many of his
vacations and which
inspired his perfume,
Acqua Di Gio. A gourmet
event not to be missed.

St Barth Weekly n0121

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Requiring clients
to leave tips is
illegal in
France, and was point-
ed out as a bad local
habit some time ago.
Yet it seems to be a
continuing problem as
new accusations, with
proof (see photo) lead
us to believe that this

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practice is more wide

spread than -h. iugili, in spite of being illegal.

In the case brought to our attention, the restau-
rant uses the same system as in the United Sates
where clients leave between 15 to 20% of the
bill as a tip for the service offered. Yet in
France, the prices "include service." In addi-
tion, it should be stated on the bill that the serv-
ice is actually included. In this case, the restau-
rant presented the bill with the line "TIPS"
under the total, leaving the clients to believe
that the system is the same in the United States,
and not mentioning that the service is already
included in the price of the meal, so that they
will leave a tip, when in reality, none is

Service VS Tip
They must not be confused. Service is the "tax"
that a client pays in a restaurant for being
served. This goes into the salary paid to all of
the employees in the restaurant. A tip, in
France, is not an obligation, but a little extra in
appreciation of good service. There is no set
percentage for such a tip, and varies in function
to the service provided.


They happen here later than in
France, where the first annual
sales take place in mid-January,
but the "winter" sales has

begun in full force in Saint
Barth on Thursday, May 24,
and will last until June 31.
Many stores have slashed
prices by 30 to 50% and there
are plenty of good buys. The
second annual sales period will
take place between September
29 and October 27, 2006.

Landing With A Flat Tire
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The was alone on the American plane from M&NAviation,
from San Juan, when he experienced a flat tire lan-
in Saint Barth and up crosswise on the runway.
He was not' .' but the runway remained closed more than a
The problem is the lack ." ii equipment that would
..i the runway to be clearer more quickly.

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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'f6
Wall House

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Maya's 05.90.27 75 73
Le R6gal 05.90.29 85 26
Hostellerie des 3 Forces 05 90 27 61 25
Le Gaiac (H6tel Le Toiny) 05.90.27 88 88
Saint Jean
Bacardi Caf6 05 90 27 68 09
Eden Rock 05.90.29 79 99
Nikki Beach
Le Diamant 05 90 29 21 97
Le Jardin 05 90 27 73 62
Le Glacier 0590277130
Le Piment
La Plage
Le Terraza 05.90.27 70 67
"Z" 05 90 27 53 00

Pointe Milou
Ti St-Barth 05.90.27 97 71
Grand Cul de Sac
Bartolomeo (16tel Guanahani) 05.90.27 66 60
Indigo (Iotel Guanahani) 0590276660
La Gloriette (La) 05.90.27 75 66
Restaurant des pecheurs (H6tel Le Sereno)
Francois Plantation 05.90.29 80 22
Les Bananiers
Chez Rolande 05.90.29 76 78
La Case de l'Ile 05.90.27 6181
La Langouste
Taiwana 05.90.27 65 01
Anse des Cayes
Chez Ginette
Chez Yvon 05.90.29 86 81
Fellini Ristorante (H6tel Le Manapany)
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Special Events
I Saturday May 19
Italian Evening at
The Restaurant
des P&cheurs, Sereno,
Grand Sul de Sac

Live Music
I Every Evening
- Lounge mix, 7:30pm-
midnight, Bar't6,
H8tel Guanahani
Grand Cul de Sac
I May 2-28
Causeway Duo
BAZ, Gustavia
I Every Saturday
Cabaret night with specta-
cle, at 9pm, Restaurant "Z",
Saint Jean
I Every Wednesday
Cabaret night with specta-
cle, at 9pm, Restaurant "Z",
Saint Jean

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I Every Saturday & Sunday
Stephane, Sunset Concert
at 5:30pm,
Hotel Carl Gustav
I From Wednesday-Friday
Alan Landry on piano,
8pm, Le Ga'ac,
Hotel Le Toiny
I From Tuesday-Friday
- Nadige, Sunset Concert,
5:30pm, Hotel Carl Gustav

Let's Party
I Saturday, May 19
- World Music from 8pm at
Ti Zouk K'f6, Gustavia
- Live music with Azar
Band, from 8pm,
Caviar Island, Gustavia
- Oriental evening,
Do Brazil, Gustavia
I Monday, May 21
- Marrakech evening,
mint tea and belly dancing,
Ti St Barth, Pointe Milou
I Tuesday, Mav 22
- Pirate Night, at Ti St
Barth, Pointe Milou
- Creole BBQ with acoustic
music, La Marine
Restaurant, Gustavia
I Wednesday, May 23
- Ti Brother Party: A bottle
of Moet & Chandon for the
best costume. Fashion show
and dancing. Ti St Barth
I Thursday, May 24
- Night of the angels,
Ti St Barth, Pointe Milou
I Friday, May 25
Latino party from 6pm
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at Ti Zouk K'f6, Gustavia
I Friday & Saturday
Crazy Week end
& Fashion Show
Ti St Barth, Pointe Milou
I Saturday, May 26
- World Music from 8pm at
Ti Zouk K'f6, Gustavia

I Saturday May 26
Live music with Falco
Band, from 8pm,
Caviar Island, Gustavia

Night Club
I Every evening:
- Casa Nikki, Gustavia
- Yacht Club, Gustavia
- Bubbles Club, Gustavia
- Hot Spot caf6, Lurin
- Sexy pole dancing every
night after lam, Yacht Club

I Alain le Chatelier,
Les Artisans, Gustavia
I Basile, Haitian painter,
Galerie Asie, Gustavia
I Philippe Bertho,
Eve Ducharme Art Gallery,
I Through May 20
Ry Rocklen, renewal of
found objects, gallery
Me.di.um, Gustavia
I Nicola Hicks, Visual artist
Jane's Gallery, Eden Rock

Pilotes f fitness
Pilotes studio- mat & reformer
Group & private classes
Fitness studio, spinning...
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I Group Show : Women
photographers at to b.art
Gallery, Gustavia
I Permanent exhibits
- Michelle Marie (paintings),
H8tel Carl Gustaf, Gustavia
- Philippe Defruit (sculptu-
res), H6tel Carl Gustaf,
- Alain le Chatelier,
Les Artisans, Gustavia
- Pompi, Petit Cul de Sac
- Hannah Moser, Cul de Sac
- Antoine Heckly, Galerie
Indochine, Gustavia
I Art Galleries
- Eve Ducharme Art Gallery
(appointment only), Toiny
- To-b.art galerie, Gustavia
- Me.di.um galerie, Gustavia
- Didier Spindler galerie,
- Pipiri Boutique, Gustavia

Fashion shows:
I Everyday:
- 1:30: H6tel Isle de France
boutique, Flamands
- 2:00: Geisha Vampire, La
Plage, Saint Jean



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Charming two bedrooms villa nested
in a lush tropical garden, situated
about 2mn from the beach. Local
architecture mixing exotic wood and
carved stone.
975 000
1 acre of land gently sloping with a
pleasant view over the country and
the sea. A precedent condition
regarding the granting of a building
permit is accepted by the owners.
Exclusive listing
1 800 000
Tel. : 05 90 29 88 91

Looking for
Rental villa in Flamands.
Manager to provide house-
keeper and greet Guests at air-
port. Regular pay + bonus.
please list experience. jbl-

Real Estate
For sale by owner : two adja-
cent villas on approx. 1/4 acre
of land at 300ft elevation. Over-
looking Grand and Petit Cul de
Sac. Marvellous land and
seaviews. Quiet private road.
1,900.000 Euro.
Tel. 0590 27 78 71
For sale beautiful parcel of
land of 1263 m2 located just
above St. Jean beach with

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lovely views and within an
easy walk to the beach. Per-
mits have been authorized for
3 bedroom villa.
Contact St. Barth Property/
<, ,lilil') \ International Realty
: 0590 29 75 05

For sale brand new luxury one
bedroom villa perfectly situat-
ed on the hillside of Anse des
Cayes with unobstructed
North East Views of the sea.
The spacious terrace spans the
length of the property offering
covered living room and din-
ning space as well as wonder-
ful sunning terrace surround-
ing the pool and jacuzzi.
Excellent rental history
Contact St. Barth
'',l.ci ,lI.hchy's Interna-
tional Realty: 0590 29 75 05

For sale beautiful two bed-
room villa situated on the hill-
side of Anse des Cayes with
wonderful North East views
of the sea. The living room,
kitchen, and dinning area sep-
arate the two bedroom suites
for privacy and all open to the
large terrace surrounding the
pool and jacuzzi. A third room
can be used as a kids room or
an office. Excellent history
Contact St. Barth
i' l c'.-i I', ,liichy's Interna-
tional Realty: 0590 29 75 05

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