Hotel Le Petit Havre
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... also in My Family) and Danny John-Jules (from Red Dwarf). Danny was very friendly and got us drinks of water while chatting to us in a break. We got to watch some of the filming too.
Afterwards, we headed back to Maison du Cacao (chocolate house) in the morning and had a wander through the plantation grounds and had a talk and taster of the hot chocolate and solid chocolates at the end. The hot chocolate (made with water not milk) ...
... for another 15-20 minutes.
In the afternoon we went for lunch at La Hibiscus, a restaurant on the beach, for lunch and then walked down the beach and sunbathed for a while. We then drove south, down the coast to explore. We found the Chocolate House, but was 5pm and it had just closed so we just bought some tasters to keep us going until we could get back. We had dinner in town at another good ...
... shave on the swim platform, and dinner in the cockpit. Beautiful night sitting under the stars listening to music. We pull up anchor at 10:00 PM and set sail for Antigua. With favorable winds it will be about a 10 hour sail. I have first watch from 10 to midnight. It should be a relatively calm sail compared to previous sails with a beautiful clear sky filled with ...
... our hulls. He stayed with us for three days! It must have been because of my cooking! The water was packed full of colorful fish, coral, various rays and we must have seen at least five turtles swimming by our boat. The area is quiet during the morning and evenings. During the hours from 10am-4pm it is visited by day charters who bring over 100 tourist for the day.
There are small trails on the larger island inhabitated by ...
... to the aquarium. We spent the afternoon learning about the local sea creatures and their habitats. The next day we rented a car with Del Max and went adventuring inland. We drove to the Chutes Du Carbet in the Basse Terre territory. The Chutes Du Carbet are two 350 foot waterfalls and is famous for luring Christopher Columbus from the Carribbean sea to the island. Mr. Columbus was in search of fresh water when he saw the waterfall from a distance. On our way out the ...