Hotel Fleur d'Epee
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- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... creamy and the dark chocolates were tasty and not as bitter as I was expecting. We bought some more bars of chocolate (some for us and some for gifts).
We continued down the coast to a hot spring which was a warm rock pool on the coast. I used the opportunity to soak up some more sun while Katie snorkeled out into the sea and in the rock pool. We dried off and went to find somewhere to have lunch. We stopped at a dive shop which was closed but ...
... much smaller than the last one we had been on, but the staff were very good giving us briefings in English before re-explaining them in French to the other guests. We had another two great dives which had a lot of formations underwater. We saw a few octopi too which were very interesting. Katie and I actually got four dives as at the end of both dives the parents got out and we went back down with the ...
Got about 4 hours of sleep before starting my 3:00 am watch. Full moon so the stars aren't as brilliant tonight. Nothing in sight except ocean as far as the eye can see, illuminated by the moonlight it's very peaceful. Favorable winds put us ahead of schedule a little something so we my stop in Guadalupe for 6 hours or so. Lights from the southwest end of Guadalupe just ...
... creatures; the green iguana, the field mice and few birds. In the middle of the island is a working light house that seems be cared for still. We didn't see the caretaker but noticed the house was still in working conditions. The views of the Atlantic side from the cliff was spectacular. Pictures can not start to even showcase the beauty.
This place is not to be missed if you are in the area. We love this place and hope to com back ...
... baguettes for home. In the afternoon David and I, along with our friend Robin from Rafiki walked up Le Chameau which is about 1000 ft from the waterline. We were rewarded with a beautiful view of the bay. In addition to the view, we were able to explore the lookout tower.
After a few days at Iles Des Saints we made our way to Pointe A Pitre. Pointe A Pitre is Guadeloupe's largest and most important city. When we arrived in town we found a great spot for lunch and ...