Hotel Le Petit Havre
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... for this second night. Nice spot indeed. The rain for me so I had to abandoned my second cliff spot for the beach hut. No one bothered me except a weird turtle eggs eater lady, cultural stuff they say...
2 beautiful days resourcing myself on my own, 2 nights into the wild, all in small virgin islands. Nice retreat!
Everything was perfect, I was ready to come back, spend a last weekend with my new family and sail off the island at last, well deserved....
Back to the main island after this very nice unexpected festival detour (things are always better when unexpected right?). This had a bit of deja vu feeling, living the French expat life as I did in French Guyana. Same same but Caribbean island style. It really feels like back home, but in a Caribbean atmosphere, so far away. All these nice people are working in medicine (as many expats there) and they are sharing a ...
... enabled us to use the wind and get past the outcropping of rocks. Of course I had front seat views looking out for reefs on the bow of the boat!
Sailing past Dominica we kept a couple of miles off the coast and tried to keep that distance. In the dark distances become very difficult to gauge, so you navigate by features of land and your mapping. It was surprising how few lights were on the island, but there ...
... in a French ladies car, me sharing a chair with the weeks shopping, framed in the back. It felt good to be moving, and in a free ride. We still had a long ride back to the boat but we had achieved the impossible and navigated the bus network. It paled in comparison to Antigua, but the roads here were much much better. It certainly felt like more of an extension of Europe with the Euro and obvious Frenchness of the ...
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