Residence de l'Anse Caritan
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free parking
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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 ...
... to catch a meal. Then the final leg to home. Unfortunately, we both had troubles on the plane. My ears hurt from the pressure - the kind where you want to scratch them out it was so bad. Jean became ill with the flu? Not a pleasant trip home. Our limo was there and we had a. smooth ride home where we could begin our recouperation. What a way to begin the New ...
... met another bloke and saved his life somehow. Neither of us could really work what he was saying and didn't want to interrupt as the story was now over a quarter of an hour long with no apparent end in sight.
He then produced a package of silver paper which we assumed he was going to try and sell us, but no he just wanted to show some incense that he had gathered from the sap of a tree found only in the middle of the island. He did ask us for a lift into Soufriere and ...
... the Derek Walcott Square in honor of the island’s second Nobel Laureate. We enjoyed a short drive up Morne Fortune to see colorful coastline views and then on to the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College, renamed for the island’s first Nobel Laureate. Hydi boasted of having the distinction of having two Nobel Laureates at once. Our first stop was the Iniskilling monument, erected in 1932 in honour of the gallant 27th Inniskilling Regiment who captured ...