Hotel Plein Soleil
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You can't get any farther north in Martinique.
Mt. Pele has escaped me for two days...always shrouded in clouds. If I'm climbing four hours each way to a height of 4000ft. I want to see something for my efforts. Maybe next time. I leave here and go to the northwest coast town of St. Pierre and hopefully catch a boat to Dominica. ...
... sugar cane was gold. There are ruins from the 17th century estate where the master gained notoriety by using a lantern to lure ships into wrecking off the coast and then collecting the loot. The hike out to the lighthouse (continuous operation since 1861) with awesome ...
... in the Caribbean). I am pretty sure I'll be skipping Guadeloupe. I will stay on here at least a week in the hopes of getting up north to St. Pierre and climbing My. Pelee. I'm going to also try and dive at La Diamant. It is very difficult to catch a flight out of here without backtracking so I hope to catch the northbound ferry to Dominica. A French-owned ferry with an attitude; but that will be another story I'm sure. ...
... national dish (deep fried meat or fish flavored dough balls). However, along with the frozen bag of “contains 85% poultry” chicken breasts (which were the only chicken breasts, frozen or unfrozen, in the entire store) there are an innumerable number of cheese and yogurt options that take up almost the entirety of the refrigerated section. It’s moments like these that you suddenly remember that you’re in France and that you’ll soon be paying for ...
We stayed a couple of days and then decided we would move up the west coast to do a bit of exploring. Still with Awaroa we sailed past a well known landmark called Diamond Rock where the English held off the French by manning it with cannon and calling it HMS Diamond Rock. It was only when the French wrecked a boat loaded with rum onto it that they were able to defeat the English. .
We anchored in a bay called Anse Mitan, ...