Pauline de Reynal

Born and raised in St Barths to a Martinican father and a St Barth mother, Pauline has always had a pallet for writing and adventure. She left her beloved island when she was 14 years of age to attend high school in Paris, and then left for England, a country she loved for as long […]

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Born and raised in St Barths to a Martinican father and a St Barth mother, Pauline has always had a pallet for writing and adventure. She left her beloved island when she was 14 years of age to attend high school in Paris, and then left for England, a country she loved for as long as she could remember and chose to pursue her academic career. While completing a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish, Italian and European Studies at the University of Bath and a Master’s degree in History of International Relations at the London School of Economics, she travelled to Nepal and lived in Spain and Italy, something that truly broadened her horizons and inspired the diversity in her writing skills.

1/Current state of mind?
A curious mixture of serenity and stress!

2/What have you recently discovered in St Barth?
People are driving way too fast! I never imagined people in St Barths would be in such a rush.

3/Your favorite book?
Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë. A timeless classic.

4/Your favorite health spot?
Absolute Hot Yoga by Carole and Tom’s Juice bar.

5/Your favorite place to eat ?
I always rotate between L’Isola, Eddy’s and BAZ Bar, St Barth’s holy culinary trinity.

6/What is your idea of a perfect day in St Barth?
Swim in Colombier in the morning, a quick lunch with my parents, a surf session in the afternoon and an ice-cold Red Stripe beer at Le Select at sunset.

7/What is the best accessory for St Barth outfit?
Anything you feel comfortable in, but keep in mind that less is more.

8/Where do you usually go out for drinks/night out with friends?
The choice of places is not vast but as long as you’re with a fun crowd the night will always be good. These days we ventured in Modjo, Ti St Barth and Bagatelle.

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