Residence de l'Anse Caritan
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I can't get over the irony of my last entry – I think that very lunch caused Richard and I 24 hours from hell due to food poisoning. For the first time since Wednesday evening I feel somewhat alive!
The flight from Guadeloupe to Martinique was roughly 25 minutes and the Fort de France airport reminded me of Papeete – lots of …
The Caribs called Martinique Madinia - Island of Flowers. It is the largest of the Windwards and has been French from since colonization. It feels like a part of France- "civilized" is the word we all keep coming back to. Martinique has a very different feel to it than the British colonized islands. The citizens view themselves as 100% French and have close ties to the motherland. Every food you see, every voice ...
We arrived in Castries, St Lucia at 0900; our forth of eight stops. Today is sunny and slightly overcast…but beautiful none the less. Our overnight travel was 217 nautical miles from St John's, Antigua for a total of 1404 nautical miles travelled to date. The Eclipse was the only ship in port today…we have the entire island to ourselves!
We had breakfast in the room as usual. Afterwards, it was off to join our Best Views of St Lucia Tour. ...
... for the stops, and the shipboard life is a bonus.
A week before the cruise, Steve, one of the main organisers of all the activities, and the person providing us with wonderful spreadsheets containing details of all the people signed up on the various activities, as well as the activities themselves, and who also organised a great banner for the Sailaway, had to pull out as his married daughter had just been diagnosed with cancer and she had to ...
... moved on out to the street that wound abound the harbor and headed into town.
Although the harbor was housing two large cruise ships, there was still room for small boats equipped with outboard engines. They were small fishing boats that fished and also put out lobster like traps. The walk into town was a nice walk as the breeze from the bays was blowing softly over the sidewalk and the sun had not heated up the city beyond the comfort level. The high ...