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... Island takes just over an hour to cross from east to west and likewise from north to south without traffic. In reality, it can take twice this time or even longer. We found this out when we missed a turn on our way here on a Friday night in peak hour, in the dark and in the pouring rain!
Driving in Guadeloupe is not for the faint hearted. Straight roads are a rarity. The roads are narrow, with lots of twists and turns with plenty of steep hills ...
... minimal; hence the main livelihood of those on the island is fishing and tourism. Apparently, fishermen on Terre-de-Haut are very well regarded in the Caribbean. We weren’t up early enough to watch them head out to fish, but we saw them return and sort and clean their catch. Jackson and Daddy loved going over to inspect the morning catch. Jackson took over his pretend ‘fishing net’ and was chuffed when one of ...
... 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 ...
We were all so jetlagged that we fell into a deep sleep on the flight from Miami to Pointe-a-Pitre, the capital of Guadeloupe. We thus sadly missed our first glimpses of paradise from the air, awaking only as we landed at the airport. It was initially trouble in paradise as Mum and Dad had to deal with two tired and crying kids.
Mum soon calmed us down and we joined the end of the queue to clear ...
... yelled " you leave dat white man alone, he not for you". I may never get Len to wait outside a fitting room again!
Anyway Some great duty free bargains were to be had before a long stroll on foot and then back to the Spirit for lunch and yep, more of the same.
As we prepare to head out for dinner under the stars at the Skygrill, we are looking forward to the view of the harbour now that the three other ships have sailed.