Karibea Beach Resort Gosier
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Kids pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... opportunity for Katie to have a shower. We then found a cafe on another beach to grab some food. Katie and I shared a meal as there was limited choice.
After lunch we drove back towards Deshaies and found a vanilla plantation where we had a tour (in very limited English) and bought some vanilla seeds and pods as a thank you for the time the man took to show us around. We had dinner at an Italian restaurant where we all enjoyed a pizza ...
... for another 15-20 minutes.
In the afternoon we went for lunch at La Hibiscus, a restaurant on the beach, for lunch and then walked down the beach and sunbathed for a while. We then drove south, down the coast to explore. We found the Chocolate House, but was 5pm and it had just closed so we just bought some tasters to keep us going until we could get back. We had dinner in town at another good ...
... view- first view of any land in a couple days. My watch was ending just as the rose-pink light of dawn started to light up the horizon. The picture doesn't quite capture the beauty of the moment. Sunrise coming up over the horizon shooting rays through openings in the clouds. Quite a bit different than a land-based sunrise. Brief 7 hour stay in Guadalupe- time for a ...
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 ...
... to the aquarium. We spent the afternoon learning about the local sea creatures and their habitats. The next day we rented a car with Del Max and went adventuring inland. We drove to the Chutes Du Carbet in the Basse Terre territory. The Chutes Du Carbet are two 350 foot waterfalls and is famous for luring Christopher Columbus from the Carribbean sea to the island. Mr. Columbus was in search of fresh water when he saw the waterfall from a distance. On our way out the ...