Category Archives: Les Saintes


415 days.  7,700 nm.

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saying the obvious

I don’t need to understand French to understand that this sign is unnecessary.  The only water in this room is from the toilette.  A nice glass of Eau du Toilette anyone?

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Tales of Cocoa, Stage 2

We started step two of our experiment with the cocoa beans we collected on Dominica. Step one was to ferment for one week. Translation: let the beans rot. You may have noticed the blue and orange mold you’d expect on … Continue reading

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Les Saintes

The town is quaint and European. We loved this sign. and this ice cream and the goats in the moat of the fort: And, the view from the fort.  Look for the pier at the top right.  Just down and … Continue reading

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Terre de Haut

Terre de Haut is the main island in Les Saintes.  It also has the main village that supports tourism here.  You can clear in here, buy baguettes, eat crepes and pastries, stroll by the European-looking boutiques and cafes, and even … Continue reading

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Les Saintes, Pain de Sucre

On Monday, we turned north and headed to Les Saintes.  We ended up anchored at Pain de Sucre on the western end of Terre de Haut.  It is a beautiful little anchorage that gets deep fast, has a pipeline across … Continue reading

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