Auberge Le Grand Large

Chemin de la Plage, Ste. Anne, Guadeloupe | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ste. Anne

Finally cruising we go.!!

A travel blog entry by wendy60

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... de Haut ,a small piece of paradise, coconut palms, and coral to swim round, the fish were amazing. No seagulls messing on the dingy or boom, just pelicans and frigates!! Such great names for these places....Pain de Sucre(sugarloaf), looked like a giant cupcake straight out the bun tin, formed of Basalt pillars. Next to le Bois Jolie... We walked and sweated up hill to ...

Deep In The Mangroves

A travel blog entry by wendy60

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... into hills and valleys only in the central region. It has fine beaches protected by offshore reefs and the port ,Pointe a Pitre being the hub of life.

Leaving Pointe a Pitre in the dingy to go to town, we ended up making an unscheduled diversion under the Gabarre bridge, and up the Riviere Salee, which divides the two islands by a
narrow arm of the sea and is fringed with Mangroves. These are salt water breathing trees. It is part ...

Transatlantic crossing( not quite to Barbados)

A travel blog entry by wendy60

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... large seas and winds. an uncomfortable night and day but speed picked up..799 miles to go. Craig was brilliant at cheering us along by working out the time and mileage fractions left to go. By now we've looked more into Barbados and decided it's not yacht friendly and so many restrictions including papers pay in and out then only on anchor, no marina for repairs or spares.The wind shifts us North so decide on Guadeloupe. By the 21st..... HAPPY ...

Birthday

A travel blog entry by ellisasailing

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... Thanks to all our friends that remembered with a steady stream of mail keeping us very amused. Sally also had a present when the next boat to us had a fluffy Irish terrier as a crew member, so we got ourselves an invite for drinks and a play with the dog named Quin. nice to swap sailing stories over rum ...

Reality

A travel blog entry by ellisasailing

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Having had a sleepless night we decide to have a lazy day on the beach, clean Dougle and try and find his slow leak which has meant he has a flat bottom far too often. Laying back and relaxing Eric suddenly goes for a quick swim as Sal notices Dougle has decided to take himself off for a paddle on his own. Quickly recovered he is secured to the dock once again. To explore further we head off behind the hotel ...

Location

This 2 star hotel, located on Chemin de la Plage, Ste. Anne, is near Jardin Botanique de Deshaies, The Bottom, Fort Bay, and Hell's Gate.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge Le Grand Large Ste. Anne

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good