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Travel Blogs from Ste. Anne
... that looked like they were from the ship and asked them what they were drinking but they were French, but the couple behind them, Jason and Wendy, were from Toronto. And told us to get the Caribe beer and how much it should be. So Barb invites herself to their table. Jason bought us a round and we spent the rest of the afternoon having an extensive conversation about travelling and kids, etc.
We didn't ...
1/2 We had a walk through the village of Portsmouth, a lovely little place of 3,000 people and 40+ bars, to check out where the sports bar was for Saturday and found it was very inexpensive so had lunch there. On the way back we re-provisioned at a quaint little supermarket, and then went snorkeling and afterwards a little walk.
In the evening we again went to Big Papas Bar and chatted with his wife, a Dominician who spent most of her ...
... On the 15 minute transfer a monster rain shower. On the small Island the crew light up the charcoal BBQ and we get our snorkelling gear out. Shailja decides against it today and S and I set off towards the reef. Ok snorkelling, some colourful tropical fish. Unfortunately if you have snorkelled in the Maldives this is not as good. A great lunch on the Island. Pork and French Bread and then BBQ chicken, fish and pork all served with copious amounts of rum punch and ...
... for things and getting ourselves organised without being able to speak French. I thought it was a bit of fun....not sure that Ray would agree with me on that one.
All in all it was a pleasant experience and we enjoyed our stay in this group of islands exploring the little villages, swimming and snorkelling the beautiful crystal clear waters and taking in the breathtaking scenery from high ...
... however, a couple of hours into our trip, we see a boat coming up fairly quickly on our starboard side, and we knew right away that it must have been them...yes, their 52ft Granger Catamaran, being a cruiser/racer, was catching up to us at a rate of knots (literally). That put the wind up Ray of course, and before you know it the 2 Aussie boys are having a race on the water...or should I say, Ray was having a race on the ...
Other places to stay in Ste. Anne
Lieu Dit Seo, Ste. Anne | 3 star hotelfrom $96
on N4, Ste. Anne | 3 star hotelfrom $302
Durivage - B.P. 30, Ste. Anne | 3 star hotelfrom $98
Le Helleux, Ste. Anne | 4 star hotelfrom $172
Les Saintes, Ste. Anne | Hotelfrom $150
Chemin de la Plage, Ste. Anne | 2 star hotelfrom $72
Plage de Sainte Anne, Ste. Anne | 3 star hotelfrom $178