Karibea Squash Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... they were set to leave. A small computer terminal in the corner of the boat supplies shop was all that seemed to exist to customs control and immigration here. It was a breath of fresh air compared to some of the other islands sign in procedures. There were many modern shops here including supermarkets like carfour. The centre of town held the traditional market and lots of spices, fruits, special sauce blends and of course a vibrant amount of colour. ...
... your feet turn black if you walk barefoot through the house. It’s hot, humid, and there is most definitely no air conditioning in this apartment, which means that at all times you feel sweaty and sticky, and usually itch from the myriad of mosquito bites you obtained the night before hoping that none of them are carrying the Chikun Gunya virus that is a current epidemic we were warned about over the AirFrance intercom as we were landing at the airport. Like I said, not exactly ...
'Dreams and memories are there to protect you from the dull and savage days' V.Coleman
Discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1493 the natives called it the island of flowers. Flowers exotic and colourful such as Alpinia - Red Ginger; Heliconia bihai - Lobster claw; Rose de porceline - Torch Ginger; Heliconia;- hanging heliconia; Ixora - Jungle Flame; ...
... little green stars to explore the village. St Pierre had been the Capitol of martinique back in the 1800s with a trade export making 40 million francs a year. It was a. Extra angel wealthy place until the eruption of mt pelee In 1902 killed the 30,000 inhabitants and ruined much of the town. Now only about 5,000 people live there. Was interesting seeing all the ruins though! Even walked for 30 minutes to a little green star on the outskirts of town, only to find out that it was a ...
... planning! So next day we return in the morning to a much quieter "office" and we are now all sorted to come back in Jan/Feb to see family and friends and go to wedding. Seems to be a bad week for Glasses as a Eric looses yet another pair - this time his reading ones, whilst walking around the town! Let's hope they don't come in 3's. Head off leaving rainbow behind ...