Hotel La Caravelle
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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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 ...
"I felt a terrible wind blowing, the earth began to tremble, and the sky suddenly became dark. I turned to go into the house, with great difficultuy climbed the three or four steps that separated me from my room, and felt my arms and legs burning, also my body. I dropped upon a table. At this moment four others sought refuge in my room, crying and writhing with pain, although ...
... I was not happy,and the lady took over to try and even and smooth it in and over. I was not appeased! I'd have done a better job myself! So i will have to wear a cap till it's grown out! We say au revoir or a bientôt to Rob and Anna with a few tots of rum, as they move onto Martinique quicker than us, their agenda to meet folk in Jamaica in January. Next trip along the coast took in the sights of Marigot ...
... with a good blend of Afro Caribbean and french culture. For the whole of the morning we walked around viewing and exploring the city. We found fish lures and potential boat supplies in the shop where we were required to sign in. All islands in the Caribbean require members of boat crews to sign in and out of the countries. It was noted that on the French islands the system was the most relaxed, with 48hrs to sign in and also allowing boats to sign out ...
... and look out over the island. By the time we were back at the Fort de France apartment I was refreshed and relaxed and ready to do battle with the ants in the kitchen.
I fell into my routine quite easily. We wake up and Matt takes a shower while I put out the 1 cereal bowl with cornflakes and milk for breakfast, put water on to boil in the only pot with a decent handle, and leave the apartment to walk to the bakery 2 blocks away for a fresh baguette. By the time I’m back ...