Auberge Le Grand Large
Travel Blogs from Ste. Anne
Sea views – TICK
Walking distance to a beautiful beach – TICK
Outdoor living and dining – TICK
A boulangerie within walking distance – TICK
A steep hill to climb up after swimming at the beach – TICK (unfortunately, as I am getting heavier everyday!)
This is our last and biggest update with lots and lots of photos about Guadeloupe – paradise in the Caribbean! ...
... Iguana’ tree each and every day.
Daddy enjoyed his morning stroll to the local boulangerie (bakery) where he selected only the finest croissants, pain au chocolat and baguette for our day. He learnt that you had to go early as only so many were made. I loved my daily croissant with a sprinkling of sand, well actually, Mum and Dad think I ate quite a lot of sand over our few days here, but I didn’t seem to mind. ...
... baby stuff. I have enjoyed eating what the rest of the family are eating. Real teeth are designed for real food, and I do a pretty good job devouring it!! In addition to the fresh fruit, I have enjoyed eating baguettes and croissants!
I too enjoyed my cuddles with Heloise and Juliette and look forward to seeing them and their parents again.
Special thanks to Heloise and Juliette for their wonderful photos!
... as there were three of them. I couldn't believe it and was so impressed that of course, I had to try all three of them. Sleep won out over dining at the waterfront restaurant. Instead, dad was sent on a mission to find some dinner to bring back. He wisely asked the one person who always knows where there is good cheap food: the hotel security guard. He didn't disappoint and he returned with a local specialty, ...
... from Seabourn to congratulate them. We were somewhat humbled by that as we will have clocked up 38 days at the end of this trip.
Today we arrived at Castries, St Lucia, a big bustling very typical West Indian city, not helped by the fact that there were 3 other much larger cruise ships in dock spilling out more than 9000 people into the city. That very ugly floating block of flats mentioned in one of our earlier blogs was in port and ...