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Travel Blogs from Guadeloupe
... night. We sleep like a Prince and Princess with our mosquito nets, listening to the gentle waves in the distance.
Just like on "Death In Paradise", we too have a resident lizard staying in our bungalow. In addition, we have a frog who comes out to visit each night. The family cat, mother hen and chicks periodically wander by. At the bottom of the hill, we say G'day to the goats on our way to and from the beach.
Sleeping in air conditioning ...
... a region of France in 1974 and it is basically a tropical version of France.
Compared to other Caribbean islands that Mum and Dad have visited, Guadeloupe feels much more like being in France than being in the Caribbean. Guadeloupe is a archipelago of islands with the main islands being the large butterfly shaped island and four other smaller islands.
Initially, we planned to visit all of these ...
Today will be much the same as yesterday, just chilling on board. We have had room service for breakfast this morning and John is sitting on the balcony eating his, watching the world sail by, however all you can see is water. The weather is quite warm, 31 - 32 degrees so John has enjoyed his swims in the ...
you can imagine were delighted with this detail when our promised 2
hour journey turned into about 6..... it was worth the
wait – the weather is excellent.
Puerta Arista itself is a 'once was' place, there are plenty of hotels in ruins along a two
kilometer stretch of beach. It is still, we are told, a weekend
getaway for the locals but the town and the beach which is full of litter really do need some care and ...
... find a spot which allows us to park the ambulances securely off the road. When the guys turn in, I sit outside tapping away on my laptop. After an hour or so of working, I hear the chug, chug, chug of a vehicle. As the pimped pick up rolls past, I was thankful to be behind a fence. I make eye contact with one of the three men sitting in the open back. As they drive on, I slip up the side steps of reception, and watch as they 3 point turn and crawl to ...