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 calabash tree, the national tree of St. Lucia according to Romanus. Just before we got back in the taxi, Romanus showed us what he called a Mimosa plant. When the fern-like leaves are touched the leaves fold in on each other. The leaves are very tiny; the pinna (or leaflets) are no more than an inch long. Romanus told us they were often used by trackers when looking for runaway slaves. The fold leaves would remain that way for up to five ...
... 11th April Willemstad, Curacao
During breakfast, we take photos of Curacao Harbour, the colourful UNESCO listed town of Willemstad, and the spectacular high level Queen Juliana bridge over the channel to the large inner harbour. Curacao (population 130,000), is the largest of the ABC islands, and from 2008 an independent country. There is much less tourism here than in Aruba. Willemstad is split into two main districts – Punda on ...
... 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 ...
... the guidebook for once!) we stumbled on a little goldmine of a beach that appeared to be attached to a hotel, but still allowed public access if you could find it. Brilliantly enough, no one else could, and we had ourselves a completely gorgeous private beach for the morning, complete with starfish ...