Le Manganao Hotel Club Paladien
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... we should verify this claim. Along with a hot crab cake sandwich, we had a feast, and yes, the cake was very, very good! Now both my parents are beach people and if they have a choice between swimming in the ocean and a swimming pool, they will choose the ocean every time. Abigail and I are both happy with this as the beach offers hours of fun. On the way back to our room, they let me check out the swimming pools. Yes, ...
... from Seabourn to congratulate them. We were somewhat humbled by that as we will have clocked up 38 days at the end of this trip.
Today we arrived at Castries, St Lucia, a big bustling very typical West Indian city, not helped by the fact that there were 3 other much larger cruise ships in dock spilling out more than 9000 people into the city. That very ugly floating block of flats mentioned in one of our earlier blogs was in port and ...
... to have her back out on me now.. I had warned her many times last night to be aware that she'd have to be up and at 'em in the morning!! Didn't take long however for her to come good, once she hit the water and had a beer in her hand she was right as rain. She did tell me that they'd been out dancing and Richard and Patrick had asked where I was and why wasn't I up there dancing the night away with them? I had done a lot of research on all the ports but Guadeloupe ...
Guadeloupe is made up of two Islands and shaped like a butterfly .Basse-Terre and Grande-Terre. It is French speaking and the currency is the Euro. Basse-Terre is Guadeloupe proper, with the outlying foothills of the mountain range cultivated with mainly banana plantations. It is heavily forested with the highest waterfall in the Caribbean, The Chutes du Carbet. The Grande-Terre where we are at the moment is a limestone island with its ...
... br> conditions too. The best season is during winter (October to March)
as there is an average of between 1.5m to 2.5m as this is the
hurricane season so the swell can be awesome! The waves break on
coral, lava or rock reefs, so they're nice and consistent, plus with
the small height difference between tides, it means that you can surf
all day long at the same spot.
If you're an experienced surfer you'll
find a wide range of ...