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... It remains a department of France to this day and successive French governments have provided state employment and billions of euros in subsidies to this tiny corner of South America. Unsurprisingly, the population voted against increased autonomy in 2010.
A crossroads of the Caribbean, South America and Europe, Cayenne is a city of myriad ...
... cool! Detouring to the church we later discovered that beyond the helipad there was lots of wildlife including hundreds of scrambling monkeys & friendly parrots. The church was the most informative place on the island offering a fascinating story (in both English & French) about a counterfeiter turned painter & his controversial art. The art was actually quite good & clearly captured the hardships of the prisoners. Venturing on we found the island's restaurant & I ...
... speed indicator (VSI). So it looks like I have problem in the STEC control box. I have no idea what may have brought on this problem, and I really don’t know if there is any place down the line I might get it fixed. If it's a failure in the control box, it means a replacement box which will take time to get. There is an avionics shop at the San Fernando airport (Buenos Aires) I might try. Obviously, the plane is still ...
... and finally found the ruins of the original prisons. We had come over at 8.30 in the morning to try and avoid the heat but it was already in the 30’s and very humid so it must have been hell to be a prisoner. The prisoners on this island were the least dangerous so the cells had roofs and bars whereas the prisoners on the other islands were in solitary confinement in cells which were no more than squares in ...
... and set free after five years solitary in 1899. Supplies were sent over to him on Devil’s Island by way of a pulley system. Prisoners did not try to swim to escape because the currents around the islands are very strong and there are also sharks who patrol the waters as well. The most famous prisoner was Henri Charriere. In 1970 he published a book which told of his numerous attempts at escape and his final success at it. In 1973 the movie Papillon ...