Auberge De La Vieille Tour
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... last hello stop in the marina on the Sunday to confirm the trip and found the captain with a big bandage from the nearby hospital. Mister for operated in emergency from an hernia when I was exploring these islands. He had to stay quiet for at least a week, no way for me to wait that long (feeling that the old man might need more time than that to recover). **** happens, well it happened. I won't sail the Caribbean...
Life goes on, let's fly to saint Martin and then go to Cuba.
... be a nice life really, something different from home.
I was actively looking for a boat because Guadeloupe have loads of boats in the marinas and I told myself that it would be the last attempt, a bit tired of failing to be honest. As before, most of the boats were going down instead of going up, except one! It was a small charity sailing boat full of stuff that was going to Haiti, passing by Saint ...
... same day to the island. Haha!I didn't have time to go to the internet cafe again to let Damien know, no worries, challenge accepted, I would look for him there. I met 2 French expats girls living in Guadeloupe on the ferry and spent the first night with them. Lots of Rhum and traditional music & dance everywhere, islands people drink, string stuff, and they start early. Exceptionally for the festival people ...
... Following our leisurely jaunt around pigeon island we noticed that we had developed a problem. Our main hallyard (the rope that pulls up the main sail and keeps it up) sheath was beginning to fray. The core of the rope appeared well, but with a lot more sailing to be completed to get to New Zealand it would need to be fixed. Fortunately as with most boats we had more than one sail. The Genoa at the front was working ...
... me it was worth the agonising journey because at the end of it all we were able to walk through some truly impressive rainforest's. It was not the scale of say the Amazon, but was fantastic nevertheless. leaf cutter ants, gnarly wood, glistening spiders webs and dangling parasites were all on show. Even a giant natural vine swing was available to enjoy! For about two hours we walked around this sanctuary of ...