Running on isle Tintamarre, St. Martin by Patrick Bennett

Celebrating Six Years Of Sensational Sunsets Off St. Martin

Nothing’s better than spending your birthday on a beach.

Of course, if you can’t physically be on a beach for your special day, taking time to look back at all the shores you’ve sampled in the past 12 months can be its own kind of celebration.

For one special six year old, he can count having dipped his toes in the sands of Île Tintamarre (pictured), St. Martin/St. Maarten, St. Barts, AntiguaÎle Fourchue, and Grand Cayman!

Sure, it’s a far cry from my son Trinidad’s (Yes, that’s his name) first year of life where he travelled to ten islands in ten months, but I guess he’s slowing down in his old age.

Still, I love him. And I hope these memories last a lifetime.

Running along a secluded beach with sailboats silhouetted against a sensational sunset… Wish you were here?

Last updated by Patrick Bennett on .

Related Posts

St. Martin/St. Maarten

Hiking Around St. Martin With JetSetSarah

Meeting and getting to experience new corners of the Caribbean with like-minded curious adventurers is among my favorite things about travel blogging.
Creole Rock Feet, St. Martin | SBPR
St. Martin/St. Maarten

Creole Rock ‘Feet,’ St. Martin

Jutting dramatically from the sea, the "head" of Creole Rock has long remained an iconic symbol of Grand Case, the sexy seaside village that in so many ways embodies the best of French Saint Martin. To me, though, the "feet" section of Creole Rock is photo-worthy in its own right.
St. Martin/St. Maarten

Inconspicuous Petite Clef Island, St. Martin

Uncommon travelers would be wise to give St. Martin's Petite Clef Island a closer look.
Send this to a friend