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Martinique loomed into view in the early morning and we cruised most of the way down her length. We were headed for the bay in front of the capital Fort de France. We slipped into anchor under the watchful eye of the impressive Fort Saint Louis. It is a little in disrepair, but is still a military base in contrast to a lot of forts across the Caribbean and so we weren't able to do more than admire it from a distance.
The capital city itself was ...
It didn't feel especially unusual at the time, but as the lunch crowd in the Madrid office discussed their Easter plans for Sevilla (3 hrs by train), Barcelona (4 hrs by train) or Granada (a 4 hr drive in this case) I happily munched away at my lentil soup from the business park restaurant next door and listened to their excitement. It wasn’t until a couple of days later when someone said "so Heather, where are You going for Easter?" and I distractedly responded “oh, to ...
A couple of hops,from Antigua to Deshaies Guadeloupe, then Les Saintes for a swim and snorkel and my first jellyfish sting! More fish species to add to my tick list and a bright yellow,black spotted Sea Slug the size of fat draught excluder... Yuk. I need an underwater camera. An enchanting beautiful clipper sailed by, The Royal Clipper, in all its regalia with horns blasting out topped the day, along with the chance meeting of a Brazilian chap with a 49DS Sun Odyssey, ...
Back again! A lot to write about this time as well, as Brendan and I decided to spend the weekend over in Martinique. Decided to split it into two to save you from having to read it all in one go. But first, to set the scene for the beginning of our Martinique adventure, I'll fill you in on Friday's events. It started with my final day in the A&E, working on the GP side with a young doctor. I was busy taking a history from a young patient with ?dengue (non medics: mosquito ...
After two long months of unemployment, I needed some holidays! Oceane and I prepared ourselves for our trip to Martinique. After packing, weighing, re-packing and re-weighing we were ready to go. Although you would expect that a bikini and some shorts would be enough for our exotic destination, we were packed. First we took the train to Paris and ...
Other places to stay in Fort-de-France
20 rue des Alizes, Fort-de-France | 4 star hotelfrom $144
Avenue des Arawaks, Fort-de-France | 3 star hotelfrom $209
3 blvd. de la Marne, Fort-de-France | 3 star hotelfrom $153
15 rue de la Liberte, Fort-de-France | 1 star hotelfrom $124
5 rue de la LibertÃ©, Fort-de-France | Hotelfrom $56