Hotel La Pagerie
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Adjoining Rooms
- Airport Transportation
- Concierge desk
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Travel Blogs from Trois-Ilets
... I had already received some beautiful jewellery from Bryan and Jody from Sri Lanka. We had breakfast on our balcony, then set off on the trip on the catamaran to see the Pitons. What a fantastic trip. Very hot, but with a sea breeze. Stopped off for a swim and a light lunch. Took over 4 hours, but it flew by. We had arranged to meet Chris and Keith for a birthday drink at the karaoke bar. So after ...
... I suggest you take a look at them once you've read the rest of this. While we were there we walked on a bridge on the tree tops. A another stop we took was to a waterfall.Oh my gosh was it FREEZING!!! Anyway Ty and I love to build dams so guess what,we made another dam here. Well, I'll let you see the photos ...
... get in the car. He drives us around until we find it. Such a nice guy! Doubt we would have found it otherwise... Not that our accommodation was expecting us when we did find it. Granted, we had booked this airbnb apartment at 11.30pm the night before. They grudgingly gave us a key to the spare room in the apartment anyway after a few minutes of telling us in French that we couldn't stay. Finally time for a nap after 4.5 hours of sleep the night before and hours of walking during the ...
We stayed a couple of days and then decided we would move up the west coast to do a bit of exploring. Still with Awaroa we sailed past a well known landmark called Diamond Rock where the English held off the French by manning it with cannon and calling it HMS Diamond Rock. It was only when the French wrecked a boat loaded with rum onto it that they were able to defeat the English. .
We anchored in a bay called Anse Mitan, ...
... we witnessed a couple of pods of migrating whales spouting not far off the Dominica coastline where we were already in depths of thousands of feet of water. We arrived at Petite Anse d'Arlets on the SW coast of Martinique for the night. We "yellow flagged" it here and departed for St. Lucia at 0630 the morning of the 22nd. We endured a very squally passage across the St. Lucia channel to Rodney Bay at the NW tip of the ...