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So rushing it a bit I left the house and went 2 days to Les Saintes, 2 cute small islands south Guadeloupe. Sleeping in expensive bed and breakfast wasn't an option so I put my hammock wherever I could hide because free camping is not allowed (yeah it's free so...). I slept in the cliff of the south of the island the first night, facing the sea, sharing the place with wild goats. It was free and probably the best thing you can do, just me and the nature, by the sea, swinging ...
... be a nice life really, something different from home.
I was actively looking for a boat because Guadeloupe have loads of boats in the marinas and I told myself that it would be the last attempt, a bit tired of failing to be honest. As before, most of the boats were going down instead of going up, except one! It was a small charity sailing boat full of stuff that was going to Haiti, passing by Saint ...
... We did try the local drinks here though, run with sugar on the rocks with weirdly shaped glasses. If you took a glass and rotated the part that holds the fluid about 30degrees you would be close to the glass that we were using.
Upon finishing the drink we jumped aboard the dingy and set sail for Martinique. Due to reports of thefts from boats and robberies, we were skipping Dominica the island of rain forests ...
... me it was worth the agonising journey because at the end of it all we were able to walk through some truly impressive rainforest's. It was not the scale of say the Amazon, but was fantastic nevertheless. leaf cutter ants, gnarly wood, glistening spiders webs and dangling parasites were all on show. Even a giant natural vine swing was available to enjoy! For about two hours we walked around this sanctuary of ...
... under my spell!
A rainy day allowed us all to enjoy some quality hammock time and for Mum to have a day of rest before we started our explorations.
After our rainy days, I asked Mum and Dad what we were doing today? I knew that they would have some fun things planned. About one hour to the south, we visited one of the nine operating rum distilleries in Guadeloupe today. Among many things, Guadeloupe is referred to as one ...