PV-Holidays Village Pierre & Vacances de Sainte Anne
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... enabled us to use the wind and get past the outcropping of rocks. Of course I had front seat views looking out for reefs on the bow of the boat!
Sailing past Dominica we kept a couple of miles off the coast and tried to keep that distance. In the dark distances become very difficult to gauge, so you navigate by features of land and your mapping. It was surprising how few lights were on the island, but there ...
... 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 ...
... wasn't good for Mum's health and she came down with a nasty cold. After a week of suffering, a visit to local doctor was deemed to be in order. This turned out to be quite the unique experience, which we all enjoyed (apart from the fact that Mum was actually feeling so sick.)
The doctor was located in a small town to the south of where we were staying. It wasn't a touristy town, and everyone appeared to know each other, and as a result, ...
Most people are only able to enjoy and experience Terre-de-Haut as part of a day excursion from the main island of Guadeloupe. Once on the island, many decide they would like to stay longer, however, with only four hotels, most have to return to the main island disappointed. Not us, as Mum and Dad decided that we should enjoy it for more than a day, and as such we had pre-booked to stay for three nights in one of ...
... however, after sharing a meal with a Guadeloupian who now lives in Melbourne, we changed the plan to spend more quality time on just the main island and on Terre-de-Haut (the main island of Les Saintes).
We travelled from Le Gosier across to the south west coast of the butterfly to the port town of Trois-Rivieres. The guide book states that the main reason people visit here is to catch the ferry to Les ...