Le Rayon Vert
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Wednesday morning we drove through Deshaies and saw some staging was up. We parked up and walked up to the church were we saw the set for Death in Paradise (a series set in the Caribbean about an English cop, which mum loves). Dad spoke to some of the team and asked if we could look around the set. They agreed, but we hadn't realised they were actually filming. They showed us up to the 'police station' and introduced us to some of the cast including ...
Monday morning I went out with Dad back to Deshaires but this time to find some food for breakfast. We walked round the small town picking up some bread from the patisserie, some fruit from the market stall and other food from the small shop. We got back and had breakfast. Afterwards, Katie kindly helped me finish my work I had to do for university and also got some paperwork done for herself. The parents ...
... 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 ...
... the shore line. We were in ten feet of water and four feet from our stern was 3 feet of water. We arrived later in the afternoon but could not wait to go on shore. We changed into our bathing suits and went swimming on the beach. The kids found a couple of coconut trees to climb and wasted no time creating a beach bar from the coconuts.
The water is very clear. In fact so clear that we could see our 36 inch black barracuda ...
... feeling like being on holidays when work is over, sweet no? They know they are lucky, they know this is only for a year or two so they take the max out of it. A mix between moving their **** to do what's to be done there, probably partying a bit more than what they would do while working back in France (yeah, hard not to constantly feel on holidays with this kind of weather and landscape) but still working hard. It ...