St Maarten’s Princess Juliana Airport (TNCM) is likely to feature today (1 January) on Expert so I just wanted to send a request to pilots landing there in relation to exiting runway 10.
As you can see from the chart below, there are three exits (C, D and E), the last of which many aircraft should be able to use with a decent bit of deceleration. This is a massive help to ATC as the airport gets busier.
Failing that, note that there is a turning area 2/3 to 3/4 of the way along the runway on the right (south side). If you have gone past exit E and thus get a Back Taxi instruction from Tower, please try to use this rather than drifting the whole length of the runway to the turning area at the 28 threshold.
Finally, when back-taxiing, please do so at a decent speed - you can go above the 35kt taxiway limit as you are on a runway. Use exit E for anything other than GA aircraft (which can come off at F).
EDIT - additional info
It is also helpful for pilots on final approach to note that there is a high likelihood of any aircraft that has landed in front of them needing to back-taxi before exiting. Although ATC will do their best to issue speed commands to allow time for this, take it into account yourself and make sure you are giving as much time as possible for the plane ahead to get off the runway. Failing to approach slowly enough will increase the chance of you having to make a go-around.