Domaine de l'Anse Ramier
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Following our hike of Pelee we rented a car and gave ourselves a self tour (see in privious entrie). One of our stops was at a botanical garden. Dad showed me the Macro setting on the camera and we got into a big professional picture taking time. We took many professional looking photos that I am ...
Twelve days after leaving Cape Town the peaks of Saint Helena slowly crept into view, seventeen hundred miles into the middle of the South Atlantic Ocean. On approach the weather had a typically grey and wet body to it, particularly fitting considering this latest port of call was a British Over-seas dependency, a far cry from the bright blue skies and blazing sunshine left behind in South Africa. It is hard to fathom that such a place exists, let alone that people live ...
Weather changing so no movement today so we head off fir a walk to Anse D'Arlet around the headland and decide to go cross country over the cape on the way back. Obviously wearing our best hiking shoes thus was a good decision, especially when we could not find the path down the other side and end up trekking through jungle! Winds came in over night and we very happy to be on a ...
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By now most of you should know I have been heading South from Antigua. I have stopped off in Guadeloupe, Ilse des Saintes, Martinique and now I am in St. Lucia. Everywhere has been roasting. Everywhere has been blazing sunshine (which is ridiculous, I'm not used to this weather in December!). But now and again these hot hot days are interrupted by the occasional short, but very wet rain shower. I don't mind so much, it's warm rain and only ...
... as we all get used to the fresh sea air, as well as the sea sickness tablets causing huge drowsiness. Speed is constant at around 9-10 knots, true wind 25-30 but gusting to 35 and the waves pretty big at about 6m but nice and spaced out so we are reefing and unreefing on a regular basis as squalls go past, and constantly poised for action should the wind pick up anymore. We decide to play it safe and reef the sales at night so to have relaxing night shifts.