Came here on a Sunday after doing an awesome ZipLine obstacle course at the Loiterie Farms. Was about 15 minutes away since they were both on the french side. Was about 6pm, the sun was shining, and there was a swinging post brunch beach party. Beautiful, everything in all white and silver and wicker and open aired. The music was good, hip and current, as the night progressed they infused some salsa and every one went crazy when they dropped that brazilian "nosa, nosa" song that was hot at the time. The crowd was a god mix, not too old, more youthful and full of energy. The beach looked great but the water was dangerously rough so no one went in. Gorgeous view of sea and mountains, especially at sunset. When we first got there, they just finished packing away their brunch buffet and the kitchen was closed. But we were STARVING, and the owner?/promoter? made a great effort to accommodate the 5 of us with dishes. His effort and hospitality was amazing and I wish I remembered his name. (Oh, i just found it in my phone, his name was Arno. Arno your awesome!) He was extremely kind to us, made sure we had a great time, and invited us to a similar party at "Moon" the next day (unfortunately we couldnt make it because of the weather). All in all, very nice party, especially for a Sunday, so glad we stopped in. Highly recommend on a Sunday.
(Note: Though the staff helped to try and call cabs, was difficult and chaotic to get a cab at the end of the night. Was annoying after such a long day, we felt trapped and hopeless, half an hour later someone hooked it up. Advise that you plan ahead and make arrangements with a cab driver to be picked up at a certain time, especially if you are going such a far distance back to your resort on the dutch side, as we were)
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