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Travel Blogs from Guadeloupe
Sea views – TICK
Walking distance to a beautiful beach – TICK
Outdoor living and dining – TICK
A boulangerie within walking distance – TICK
A steep hill to climb up after swimming at the beach – TICK (unfortunately, as I am getting heavier everyday!)
This is our last and biggest update with lots and lots of photos about Guadeloupe – paradise in the Caribbean! ...
... it was to help hydrate after the dive. He was pleasantly surprised that the bottle contained not water, but some local rum! Daddy thinks they need to introduce this post-dive custom in more countries around the world.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner on the beach! Life really doesn’t get much better than this. Our beachfront hotel was right in town, and we set up camp in front of the hotel underneath ...
I think it is very special that we have come to Guadeloupe for our holiday. I call Abigail "my little butterfly" and Guadeloupe is referred to as the butterfly island due to the fact that the shape of the main island is like a butterfly. Yes, Guadeloupe is Abigail's special island.
Discovered by Christoper Columbus in 1493 on his second trip to India, Guadeloupe became a French territory in ...
We were all so jetlagged that we fell into a deep sleep on the flight from Miami to Pointe-a-Pitre, the capital of Guadeloupe. We thus sadly missed our first glimpses of paradise from the air, awaking only as we landed at the airport. It was initially trouble in paradise as Mum and Dad had to deal with two tired and crying kids.
Mum soon calmed us down and we joined the end of the queue to clear ...
Yesterday We tendered into the French village of Terre-de-Haut and wandered around this quaint, very French little community on the island of Guadeloupe. the island was smattered with electric cars and motor bikes and i rather fancied hitting the streets in these little electric Smart cars but we seemed to have left our run a little late, following the arrival of the local ferry which saw the little village swarming with Caribbean ...