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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... 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 ...
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 ...
... baguettes for home. In the afternoon David and I, along with our friend Robin from Rafiki walked up Le Chameau which is about 1000 ft from the waterline. We were rewarded with a beautiful view of the bay. In addition to the view, we were able to explore the lookout tower.
After a few days at Iles Des Saints we made our way to Pointe A Pitre. Pointe A Pitre is Guadeloupe's largest and most important city. When we arrived in town we found a great spot for lunch and ...
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 ...
... feeling like being on holidays when work is over, sweet no? They know they are lucky, they know this is only for a year or two so they take the max out of it. A mix between moving their **** to do what's to be done there, probably partying a bit more than what they would do while working back in France (yeah, hard not to constantly feel on holidays with this kind of weather and landscape) but still working hard. It ...