Saba isn't home to must-see architecture or spectacular museums, but that doesn't mean that you'll be bored on a Caribbean island completely devoid of beaches. The whole of Saba is in fact one big postcard largely due to a local law that requires that all houses must 'be pleasingly uniform and built in a harmonious style of architecture'. The result is a collection of cottages with green or red shutters and red-roofed white-sided houses with gingerbread-style trim that blends in naturally with the surrounding green hills.
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On an island populated with so many descendants of buccaneers who sailed the coastal waters to rob ships, it's good to know that there are locals who are …