PV-Holidays Village Pierre & Vacances de Sainte Anne
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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On Thursday we had breakfast then packed and tidied the apartment before checking out. We drove back down the coast and then across the island towards to the airport. We stopped off to have a walk around the rainforest for about half an hour and then stopped again at a waterfall. The waterfall was pretty with a nice river and a good swimming pool. My pain was quite bad and so the pool felt very cold so I warmed up in the ...
... and went back to La Caz, the restaurant we had got the takeaway from the previous night. Katie and I ordered steak (I asked for it medium-well) and it came out definitely rare, but was very good quality meat and delicious.
Tuesday, we had diving in the morning so had an early breakfast at the apartment and then bought a muffin each to have as a snack between dives from the patisserie. The dive ...
... shave on the swim platform, and dinner in the cockpit. Beautiful night sitting under the stars listening to music. We pull up anchor at 10:00 PM and set sail for Antigua. With favorable winds it will be about a 10 hour sail. I have first watch from 10 to midnight. It should be a relatively calm sail compared to previous sails with a beautiful clear sky filled with ...
... 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 ...
We were told about the beauty and charm of De Saints, Guadeloupe by many fellow cruisers. They were spot on. The De Saints is about 20 nautical miles north of Dominica so it was a little less than a four hour sail from Portsmouth, Dominica. We entered the Saints and ended anchoring at Pain A Sucre of Terre De Haut. The anchorage is lovely with a beach surrounded by a cliff and a small mountain. We anchored in 50 feet of water which is something we had ...