Auberge Le Grand Large
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge Le Grand Large Ste. Anne
Travel Blogs from Ste. Anne
... Katie and Dad swam and snorkeled. Mum stayed out of the water and watched from the side.
We continued on our way and found a bakery to have a sandwich for lunch just before we got to the airport. We flew then back to Antigua where we got a taxi to our hotel, Ocean Point Residence. We got a taxi to the Italian restaurant that we had been to the first time we were in Antigua which was as good as we remembered (plus we had Katie with us this time). ...
... and went back to La Caz, the restaurant we had got the takeaway from the previous night. Katie and I ordered steak (I asked for it medium-well) and it came out definitely rare, but was very good quality meat and delicious.
Tuesday, we had diving in the morning so had an early breakfast at the apartment and then bought a muffin each to have as a snack between dives from the patisserie. The dive ...
Got about 4 hours of sleep before starting my 3:00 am watch. Full moon so the stars aren't as brilliant tonight. Nothing in sight except ocean as far as the eye can see, illuminated by the moonlight it's very peaceful. Favorable winds put us ahead of schedule a little something so we my stop in Guadalupe for 6 hours or so. Lights from the southwest end of Guadalupe just ...
... the shore line. We were in ten feet of water and four feet from our stern was 3 feet of water. We arrived later in the afternoon but could not wait to go on shore. We changed into our bathing suits and went swimming on the beach. The kids found a couple of coconut trees to climb and wasted no time creating a beach bar from the coconuts.
The water is very clear. In fact so clear that we could see our 36 inch black barracuda ...
We were told about the beauty and charm of De Saints, Guadeloupe by many fellow cruisers. They were spot on. The De Saints is about 20 nautical miles north of Dominica so it was a little less than a four hour sail from Portsmouth, Dominica. We entered the Saints and ended anchoring at Pain A Sucre of Terre De Haut. The anchorage is lovely with a beach surrounded by a cliff and a small mountain. We anchored in 50 feet of water which is something we had ...