The parking lot near the dinghy dock - if you could call it that.
part sculpture, part mural
Making a bee line to restaurant row to eat some lunch cuz we were huuuunnnggrrryyy.
Interesting sculpture in the park across from our lunch spot
Just like the beer we had in France - served in a large goblet!
pretty fancy water glasses
surprised to get a 'runny' egg yolk in her ham, cheese and egg crrrrrrrreeepe. Kate made friends with our waiter and the crepe maker, who taught her some french words.
Enjoying a little gelato in a french country - go figure
Market square - there were ladies selling spices, fruits and vegetables. They lured you in like a fish on a hook. How do you say 'just looking' in french??
Downtown Pointe a Pitre is a little like walking in china town in NYC
Fabric and clothing stores galore
Traditional Guadeloupe clothing
Nice dress but interesting mannequin
A little creativity being expressed. Maggie wondered if it was illegal to paint the walls (aka graffiti). I said that I didn't know what the laws were, but that he was doing it in broad daylight in front of everyone, so perhaps it's allowed.
View of the anchorage with 2 very large cruise ships docked near downtown
As we were leaving Pointe a Pitre, we tried to race to the entrance of the channel to beat this cargo ship. We were sadly turned around by the poh-leece. Darn ship, who does he think he is? You can see Patronus moving out of the way.....