PV-Holidays Village Pierre & Vacances de Sainte Anne
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
We left the hustle and bustle of Pointe A Pitre and sailed east to St. Franscois. We stayed in St. Franscois for only one night and worked our way to Petite Terre. We are so grateful we did because it was just fantastic! There are two uninhabitated green islands surrounded by reef. The area is a procted national park so there is no fishing or taking of any kind. We took a mooring ball since anchoring is not allowed. Our spot was twenty ...
... given Noel (Christmas) gift bags from the park employees and we snacked on local yams and ham.
Before leaving the park we were told of a hot spring close by. After a 15 minute hike into the dense forest Tyler spotted steam rising from the running stream. The water was crystal clear and the hot spring was a chip off the Garden of Eden. The kids assigned a "kids" pool and the adults had their own. The hot spring will be one one of the best memories I will have in the ...
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 ...
... they could drop me. The captain was a typical French sailor, a bit rough, a bit hard to get on with but well, I kept coming back to say hello to show them I was really keen. Days passed and muster was nicer to me, and finally agreed to take me onboard, the plan was to go in a few days. Sweet! Is dream plan coming true?
Let's discover the rest of stuff that was on the list before leaving then! Les Saintes islands here we ...