La Pointe d'Argent
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... view- first view of any land in a couple days. My watch was ending just as the rose-pink light of dawn started to light up the horizon. The picture doesn't quite capture the beauty of the moment. Sunrise coming up over the horizon shooting rays through openings in the clouds. Quite a bit different than a land-based sunrise. Brief 7 hour stay in Guadalupe- time for a ...
... creatures; the green iguana, the field mice and few birds. In the middle of the island is a working light house that seems be cared for still. We didn't see the caretaker but noticed the house was still in working conditions. The views of the Atlantic side from the cliff was spectacular. Pictures can not start to even showcase the beauty.
This place is not to be missed if you are in the area. We love this place and hope to com back ...
After taking my early morning coffee next to locals already drinking straight 60 degrees Rhum, I made my way top the other side of the island. Got a free ride from locals, hiked around, borrowed snorkles on the beach and finished the day watching the world cup games with locals. Yeah, many of them started early when I was drinking coffee so they were in a good mood at this time of the day.
Night was coming, I walked to the furthest and prettiest beach on this site of ...
... went hiking, surfing (well, bodyboard attempting for me), sharing dinner all together at nights, etc. I hadn't met all of them at the festival but they straight away considered me as one of their housemates (well kind of) and I had some really quality time while there. I really enjoyed sharing their life to get an idea of what's to be an expat living in a Caribbean island. It looked a bit like normal working ...
... picturesque small town in front of us and proper French bread and croissants. The island promised hidden rain forests in the center with walks through towering trees. On planning too get to the forest walks we thought we would take the public transport which served us so well in Antigua. That was at least until the baguettes came back to the boat! We had once again managed to land on a religious holiday, All Saints ...