Hotel Bois Joli
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... 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 ...
... by section of the road was being ripped up and replaced. There were temporary traffic lights to ensure there was only one lane of traffic, however, the construction vehicles still appeared to do as they pleased. Unlike other developed countries (like Australia), there were not countless workers supervising the road works, or to guide cars through. Once you had the green light, you proceeded through the construction zone as quickly and carefully as you ...
... in the public market. Walking inside the market, we were greeted by very friendly vendors. They asked where are we from in their broken English. Time seems to turn backwards.
A few minutes from the market is the central plaza and local restaurants are just a stone's throw away. Bert and I went inside a local restaurant where there's a lot of people. We asked for the menu and we ...
... gave him his own fish for his net! Every afternoon, the fishing nets were hung up between the trees and checked and repaired if necessary. The pelicans gathered where all the action was daily!
Our favourite time was on the beach before the day trippers arrived and after they left. Then it was just us, the few other guests and the locals. Daily life on Terre-de-Haut reminded us how life used to be in so much of world. It reminded ...
... a lot more spaced and very few if no houses
We drove through the Sierra Nevada
mountains which is beautiful, though if you were to ask the new truck that
we were driving it would probably have a different view. After the
power of Spongebob, this one leaves a little to be desired in the
power department and as such we crawled no faster than 30kph up most
of the hills of which there are a lot of in mountains! ...