- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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... national dish (deep fried meat or fish flavored dough balls). However, along with the frozen bag of “contains 85% poultry” chicken breasts (which were the only chicken breasts, frozen or unfrozen, in the entire store) there are an innumerable number of cheese and yogurt options that take up almost the entirety of the refrigerated section. It’s moments like these that you suddenly remember that you’re in France and that you’ll soon be paying for ...
... ho ho The Island is 50 miles by 23 miles, with rugged landscape, blend of rich volcanic mountains, verdant hills and white and black sand beaches. There are poisonous Manchineel trees all along the coast, the fruit resembling small apples, the leaves, the bark, the sap,everything toxic. Here the trunks are painted red. We are in Le Marin, a large sheltered bay with a marina and boating infrastructure, handy for parts and the place where many make landfall from across the ...
... in just so you can see not everyday is idyllic and we do encounter problems in paradise too. Lol. The next few days is the joy of fitting the new parts and more problems, but yes finally we have it up and running and sweet! Amazing! we now clean and clear the tanks of revolting marina water and are self sufficient at last. Closely followed by a rum punch to ease the pain and celebrate:) Onto the next leg south from Antigua to ...
St. Pierre lies at the foot of the Mt. Pelee Volcano, which last erupted on 8th May 1902.
At theat time, St. Pierre had a population of 30,000 nd was known as the Paris of the Caribbean. It was the commercial, cultural and social centre of Martinique.
The volcano apparently gave plenty of warning. Minor rumblings began early in April and before dawn on the 2nd of May a major eruption covered the city with ...
We woke up the following morning to the Frenchman delivering our croissants and baguettes at 0630. We ate them, (except for Becca, she left hers out in the rain and was nearly thrown overboard for it) weighed anchor, and were on our way. These islands are all hundreds of feet deep right to the shoreline so we were able to cruise on by at a stones throw from shore. It made our bikini watching much easier which led to a boost in crew morale. Well that and also our second ...