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... to get ready for supper and found that the sun had continued it's work on my belly. Sure I didn't put SPF on my legs because they're tough to tan but forgot about my tender underbelly. Glow Bug!!! And of course because I was holding a book, I have a roll line across it.
Meals are great. Had a chocolate soufflé this time but otherwise I've been sticking to a Bailey's, banana creme brûlée for dessert ...
... island to date – If you ever get a chance to go there don’t hesitate just GO! Anyway on with the story we had a quite pleasant sail over to Les Saintes, a little island group that is part of the Guadeloupe archipelago. They are a very sweet group of about 6 islands – very Brittany – we had been told by many people don’t miss Les Saintes, but after a trip up the high street, all tourists and boutiques I wonder why?? We found a supermarket and in ...
... A coconut liquor is offered and politely tried. It tastes like pure ethyl alcohol and is foul but i politely finish the glass. Our boat takes us to the salt water mangroves on the way back to the jetty. Time pass. Back to our ship and a quick turn around for the tenders to take us out to photograph Star Clipper. So little wind the opportunity is spoilt but some shots of our ship. Back on board we mingle with some of the other guests and meatballs and pastries are ...
... from the Tourist Info centre was quite a challenge.
In fact it was quite funny to stand aside and watch Ray try to extract information from a French woman in the Tourist Information centre, who by the way, could not speak a word of English. He would slow his speech down thinking that this would make her understand what he was saying. Unfortunately, no such luck. We had to fumble our way ...
... Terre" (low land) and the smaller, low one "Grand Terre" (large land). Grand Terre is a much older island. It once looked more like Basse Terre, but over millions of years its mountains have eroded. Basse Terre is a younger volcanic island.
Arrived into the little fishing village of Deshaies at the north end of Guadeloupe's west coast after a good sail from Montserrat, and anchored in the centre ...
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