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... any given time the vista was impressive to look at. We dropped anchor with other boats just around the headland from the main town on the island. We did spot one inviting anchorage on the way which was in fact a ferry port. We did all this before 4pm and sat o. The boat relaxing and snorkeling for the rest of our leisurely day.
Sunday came round and we had finally entered June. Pinch punch, first of the month! ...
... in a French ladies car, me sharing a chair with the weeks shopping, framed in the back. It felt good to be moving, and in a free ride. We still had a long ride back to the boat but we had achieved the impossible and navigated the bus network. It paled in comparison to Antigua, but the roads here were much much better. It certainly felt like more of an extension of Europe with the Euro and obvious Frenchness of the ...
... provided rooms with limited natural ventilation. We were advised to leave the air con at 25'c with all doors closed to stop the mozzies. Jackson also had a mosquito net at one location, which worked well, until one afternoon at siesta time when he happily jumped in and out of his net. He didn't disclose this to Mum and Dad and thus had a few mozzies sleeping and feasting on him that evening!
Our final accommodation was on top of a very steep ...
... medical care to local islanders.
Daddy had read that the diving on les Saintes was some of the best in the world. He wasn’t disappointed. He said it was an interesting dive with a strong current requiring an immediate entry. Dad was proud that he managed to understand the French instructions when even some of the French didn’t! The highlight of the dive was at the end when a water bottle was passed around. ...
... we agree with that statement.
I was pretty happy with our new accommodation. It was formerly a very large single family house, now converted to accommodate a small number of guests. It had a central courtyard, complete with a pond, water feature and fish. An open air kitchen, dining table and lounge area ran across the front of the house on a large veranda with views of the infinity pool, gardens and the ocean ...
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