L'Écrin Bleu

Address: Quartier La Croix, Le Diamant, 97223, Martinique | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Quartier La Croix, Le Diamant.
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      Travel Blogs from Le Diamant

      We explore the North.

      A travel blog entry by lschroth on Dec 02, 2014

      7 photos

      ... north we checked out Cap de Maison resort - a small and lovely beach but a little too rough for good snorkeling. One great feature of St. Lucia is that by law the beaches are open to all - so you do not have to be a guest of a resort to swim there. Unfortunately you can't use the chairs, kayaks, etc though!
      After a relatively sedentary day we wanted to walk a bit so we hiked in the area north of Cas-en-Bas beach. This land had been intended to be yet ...

      Hurricane season over

      A travel blog entry by wendy60 on Dec 01, 2014

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      ... We've renamed Rob, Captain Chaos, a comic book should be written for him... The Unbelievable Adventures of Captain Chaos.. He has had us in stitches with his escapades, capers and antics!! Antigua being our next goal as John, my eldest has booked a two week ticket to see us just after Xmas. We sailed through the night to St. Lucia, Rodney Bay. Wills' first experience of this and he was fascinated with the shipping, navigation lights and GPS and ...

      Finding the Pitons

      A travel blog entry by skdude on Jun 03, 2014

      1 comment

      ... by many people, the shore front certainly showed a lot of deprecation. There were mostly fantastic looking wooden building, which were also falling apart, or at the very least flaking. This gave a very unusual and slightly aggressive feel to the town. One of the tour guides pulled up next to us about 20 minutes later with his taxi driver friend. We certainly had options.

      The town and building seemed to change as we got ...

      The crossing

      A travel blog entry by robwoodward on Jan 24, 2014

      12 photos

      ... give any sailor a fright. Time ticks on as the needle points ahead to 288 degrees The land of sand, 8 coconut trees And a place on land where I can finally lay my head 288* by Laura birkhead North, south, east, west This atlantic crossing is quite a test But as I serve our pizza on the plate We set our heading to 288 On watch by rob rob Woodward The red light is easier on my eyes As I turn page on page beneath the beautiful skies ...

      Back on land after 16 days

      A travel blog entry by hilaryculkin on Dec 13, 2012

      9 photos

      ... 560 and our arch rivals in the race, has stepped in and allocated us all a number, so we have an order in which to exit. The plan works and with much calm manouvering we all make it out to the start line in time to the sound of Brass Bands, and there is much shouting and hooting as we say a final goodbye to the crews of the other boats and new friends wishing them good wind and fair seas!

      The build up to the start line is super exciting, with all the ...