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On the track of nature Hit "The Road" (we only have one) and discover Saba out of  the water. Yes, you'll notice everyone that passes waves;  wave back!  It's part of the local charm.  Take time to talk to  the locals and shop keepers--some of their families date  back to the early 1600's.  Share a few moments with a  friendly Saban and learn facts and tidbits you won't find in  any brochure.  Use your manners and ask permission to  take a photo.  Most love to oblige, especially if you promise  to send them a copy.  There are 14 official marked trails on  the island and that doesn't consider the wonderfully scenic  walks you can take on any road.  Whether you have all week  or just part of a day you can enjoy the unspoiled people and  nature of Saba.  Jo Bean Glass Studio  Jo Bean has had her Studio and Gallery on Saba since 1992.  She gives glass workshops in her studio with up to five  students at a time. The classes include beginning flame  working, bead making, surface design, production and the  use of fancy cane and Murrines, small sculptures and  fusing. I often get asked "will Jo Bean be on island while we  are there?", and many make it a pre requisite for their visits. Jo Bean is a dear friend of mine with a contagious laugh,  and a quick wit.  Saba Lace   Lace is one of the island's most popular purchases. The  history of Saba lace goes back more than a century to  Saban Gertrude Johnson, who attended a Caracas convent  school where she learned the arts of drawing and tying  threads to adorn fine linens. When she returned home to  Saba in the 1870s, she taught lace making, and the art has  endured since.   Every weekday Saban ladies display and sell their creations  at the community center in Hell's Gate. Many also sell their  wares from their houses; just follow the signs. Collars, tea  towels, napkins, and other small items are relatively  inexpensive; larger items, such as tablecloths, can be  pricey. You should know that the fabric requires some care -  - it's not drip-dry.  
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