Pic The west coast of Guadeloupe was a pleasure to behold
Pic: An awful design for a mooring. We added a line from the end of our bowsprit to hold the buoy off when slack tide/no wind.
Pic: The Boat House, built in 1942, now the residence of a medical doctor.
Pic: Michael enjoying the blast of water from the falls.
Pic: We found great free internet at the Schoelcher Library; quite an impressive building! The library was first built in France back in 1889, then shipped piece by piece to the island as an exquisite monument to Victor Schoelcher the French abolitionist writer from the early 19th century.
Pic: You'd never know Hanne was a rookie at snorkeling...not anymore. Another natural fish in the water!
Pic: The company we'll keep anchored here. Fort Saint Louis on the hill had it's start in 1638.
Pic: We celebrated Hanne's birthday aboard. CHEERS!
Pic: Checking out the working water wheel at the distillery.