Maho Bay holds a near and dear place in my heart, and I know many of you feel the same. I’ve spent two incredible days with tour guests at Maho this week, and I thought I would share my latest thoughts with all of you.
Maho Bay is sad and beautiful all in one. I have taken two groups of first time visitors to Maho this week, and both remarked how stunning it is. It’s interesting because many of us just see sadness and destruction as we come around that first curve. That sadness and destruction, however, quickly transforms into sheer beauty as you drive further down the road. But people who did not know Maho before only see the sheer beauty. It’s interesting and encouraging.
I’ve also taken repeat island visitors to Maho this month. While they admitted that seeing the downed trees across the street and the lack of seagrapes and palms lining the beach made them sad, all still agreed that the beach itself and the bay remains beautiful. That gives me hope.
Now for those of you who would like to make your own decision, here are several pics. All have been taken this week.
So I’m curious… what do you all think? Leave your comments below or over on our Facebook page.