Mo Ti Kote

Address: 42 Rue Schoelder, Cayenne, 97300, French Guiana | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cayenne

Island paradise

A travel blog entry by holident on Mar 20, 2013

1 comment

... truck we discovered some of the guys had carried out the truck clean & doing it shirtless had incurred a lobster red glow. Straight to Cayenne we booked into our Chinese hotel & headed out to a local bar. A singular, expensive drink later we headed to the main square for dinner finding a pretty French restaurant with a lot of character, high ceilings, a large terrace on both levels & ornate iron work. Combining two of my favourite dishes I had a carbonara pizza - ...

St. George, Grenada to Cayenne, French Guiana

A travel blog entry by harry4123 on Jan 08, 2013

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... the country. I hired a handler to facilitate entry and exit from the country. He called the fueler who was there a few minutes later, took US cash, but didn’t have change. He actually drove back to his office and returned with change - in US$ no less – I would have been OK with Euros, the currency used in French Guiana. Pretty nice fueler to do that.

Re: using a handler, the real issue with trying to do it yourself ...


A travel blog entry by thomaswinston on Nov 24, 2012

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... it was a five hour trip so I had time to kill. I tried my hand at fishing in which the only thing I caught was my hand. I found out from the captain who was from Cayenne and spoke French that French Guiana was humid place. That there would be plains where we were going but there was also small mountains deeper in the country. I also found out that it was founded by the French during the exploration era. I am currently 3280 miles from Houston.

Penal Colony and Space Station

A travel blog entry by glassmerchant on Jul 08, 2012

4 comments, 5 photos

... trees. We see monkeys, turtles and most amazingly a long trial of leaf cutter ants demolishing a tree.

Next is a swim in the Prisoners Pool built to protect the men fron the sharks. No sharks now, they were only there when there were plenty of dead thrown in the sea. The prison has been closed since 1954, the last prisoners sent in 1938.

After a cold beer we have a guided tour from ...

Devil's Island

A travel blog entry by rileydog99 on Mar 16, 2011

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... lovely flowers, gorgeous parrots & many agoutis (medium sized creatures that look like reddish guinea pigs on stilts). The agoutis roam freely about and don’t exhibit any fear of the humans that are wandering about. To get to the prison area we had to climb up many stone stairs as the actual prison was on the top of the island I guess to make it very isolated and even more difficult to escape. On the way down we walked along a path that had us at ...