Hotel La Bateliere
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... with a good blend of Afro Caribbean and french culture. For the whole of the morning we walked around viewing and exploring the city. We found fish lures and potential boat supplies in the shop where we were required to sign in. All islands in the Caribbean require members of boat crews to sign in and out of the countries. It was noted that on the French islands the system was the most relaxed, with 48hrs to sign in and also allowing boats to sign out ...
... little tropical fish. Obviously mistook them for barnacles! Another great night at dinner followed by an entertaining show. My table mates had redeemed themselves and returned, working out a system of letting me know if they weren't attending dinner on future nights. Half way through our island hopping cruise - four down, four to ...
... in the afternoon, or swarming with mosquitos at night. The kitchen is infested with ants and Matt killed a cockroach in the living room last night while we were watching a pirated copy of Game of Thrones with French subtitles on what can only be stolen park benches that uncomfortably serve as the “couches” in the house. The bedroom has unrecognizable bug carcasses (cocoons perhaps?) stuck to the walls above the stained and lumpy mattresses on the floor that serve as our ...
... they allowed us on anyway. 90 minutes and the choppiest ferry ride I have ever been on later and we arrived in Fort-de-France, Martinique. Literally, a small bit of France in the middle of the Caribbean. Same street signs, grocery stores, car models...and delicious French bread! Stopped for a croque Monsieur and a pain au chocolat before catching a local bus up to St. Pierre. We had been hoping to hike mt pelee, but was not possible due to the rain and clouds. Instead, we used the ...
A quick sail around the blustery coast to take shelter once again behind the Grand fort whilst we go ashore to do admin in McDonalds. A noisy afternoon in Mc D's and Quicks (Caribbean equivalent of Mc D's ) soon made us realise this was not the place to be in the afternoon as kids parties abound. and footballs being kicked around the table were not conducive ...