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- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... opportunity for Katie to have a shower. We then found a cafe on another beach to grab some food. Katie and I shared a meal as there was limited choice.
After lunch we drove back towards Deshaies and found a vanilla plantation where we had a tour (in very limited English) and bought some vanilla seeds and pods as a thank you for the time the man took to show us around. We had dinner at an Italian restaurant where we all enjoyed a pizza ...
... much smaller than the last one we had been on, but the staff were very good giving us briefings in English before re-explaining them in French to the other guests. We had another two great dives which had a lot of formations underwater. We saw a few octopi too which were very interesting. Katie and I actually got four dives as at the end of both dives the parents got out and we went back down with the ...
... 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 ...
... our hulls. He stayed with us for three days! It must have been because of my cooking! The water was packed full of colorful fish, coral, various rays and we must have seen at least five turtles swimming by our boat. The area is quiet during the morning and evenings. During the hours from 10am-4pm it is visited by day charters who bring over 100 tourist for the day.
There are small trails on the larger island inhabitated by ...
... baguettes for home. In the afternoon David and I, along with our friend Robin from Rafiki walked up Le Chameau which is about 1000 ft from the waterline. We were rewarded with a beautiful view of the bay. In addition to the view, we were able to explore the lookout tower.
After a few days at Iles Des Saints we made our way to Pointe A Pitre. Pointe A Pitre is Guadeloupe's largest and most important city. When we arrived in town we found a great spot for lunch and ...