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Overlooking Deshaies  
   

Overlooking Deshaies

This is where we wandered up the hill of the town of Deshaies in Guadeloupe. It was very hot and very cute and I remember feeling pleased that we were in french territory again. It was refreshing that they took time to pave roads and have neat gardens and all in all it looks a lot prettier and is much nicer in all of the french islands in the carribean than the other parts. I think this is mostly due to the fact that france supports their islands economy a little more, besides that they instinctively know how to make things look more stylish and appealing from their clothes to their homes and atmosphere in the bars and restaurants
Antigua to Guadeloupe

May 11th 2007
Time to spend a day connected again. Its been a while since speaking to the other side of the world let alone writing. Very easy to have that time fly by isnt it? Its been two months on holidays now and it sure feels longer and since St Marteen have been to 3 new islands. Barbuda, St Barts and currently Antigua. The experience feels full and diverse. From watching the superyachts race in St Ba ... read more
Central America Caribbean » Guadeloupe » dashies

Guadeloupe Flag Guadeloupe has been a French possession since 1635. The island of Saint Martin is shared with the Netherlands; its southern portion is named Sint Maarten and is part of the Netherlands Antilles and its northern portion is named Saint-Martin and is pa... ... read more
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