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Saturday, March 26, 2016

Watch for the Signs—How the Ports Tease and Tempt You

In San Juan, they’re in Spanish. In St. Barts, they’re in French. And everywhere else in the Caribbean, they’re colorful, often kooky, design to tempt, taunt and tease. I am, of course, talking about the signs.

We take restaurant and shop signs for granted. But they can stop you in your flip-flops. Bring a smile to your face. Some of them are even memorable. Like the one at the St. Thomas Crown Bay pier greeting cruisers with “Free Beer Tomorrow.”
 
Below are some of our favorites for your viewing pleasure. And don’t forget, the next time you’re tripping the Caribbean, watch for the signs!

Glad we settled that. (Dominica)

Sure beats chicken noodle! (St. Maarten)
Any funnier and you’d have to feed us. (Grand Cayman)
Leave your fishing rod at the door. (Grand Cayman)
Anything else come with that? (St. Maarten)
 
Taking a sip? Leave your partner on the ship! (St. Maarten)
Wahoo! It’s ladies' day! (St. Maarten)

Their clothes or their grammar?  (St. John)
Amen to that! (St. Maarten)