Index for Album Grande-Terre-2003: Grande Terre 2003
Pictures taken on Grande Terre, Guadeloupe, West Indies. This was part of a Caribbean trip I took in mid March 2003. See corresponding trip journal.
Le Musée Saint-John Perse in Point-à-Pietre.
Office of Tourism in Point-à-Pietre.
Bella Vita is where I stayed when I was in Point-à-Pietre.
La Basilique St Pierre et St Paul.
Musée Schoelcher in Point-à-Pietre.
A building in Point-à-Pietre. [what building?]
Bella Vita again. This time closed.
Anse à la Gourde. A beach on the Atlantic between St. François and the Pointe. Looking west.
Anse à la Gourde. Looking East.
Plage de Cannie La Ocarce. [sp???]
A Caribbean coast view between St. François and the Pointe. Looking east.
A Caribbean coast view between St. François and the Pointe. Looking west.
Grande Saline. Looking from the road at a parking area.
Taken from the picnic area between Grande Saline and Pointe des Châteaux. Looking west along the Caribbean towards Pétite Anse Kahouanne.
Taken from the Pointe des Châteaux looking east along the Atlantic side.
Taken from the Pointe des Châteaux looking west along the Atlantic side.
Some picnic tables between Pointe des Châteaux and Grande Saline. On the Atlantic, but fully sheltered. [Taken 11:53]
Taken from Anse á Plume. Looking west towards Pointe Tartare. [Taken 12:07]
Anse Tarare. A nuturist beach. [??? How does this fit in with picture 21?? Taken 12:31]
The lava rocks I have to walk over in my sandals to get out Pointe Tarare. [Taken 12:40]
An Atlantic Coast view looking east. Standing on Pointe Tarare. [Taken 12:40]
Maison Coloniale. An old sugar plantation.
The harbor in Le Moule.
Neoclassical Catholic Church in Le Moule.
The Jazz Cafe in Le Moule is where I had lunch. My bike is the one under the word cafe.
The Atlantic Ocean in front of Le Moule. Taken from the pier facing west.
The Atlantic Ocean in front of Le Moule. Taken from the pier facing east.
There is a wind generator at the foot of the pier.
Baie du Moule is a popular surfing spot just west of Le Moule.
Baie du Nord-Ouest. Completely protected.
Baie du Nord-Ouest from the other side.
A sugar train engine at the Edgar Clerc Archeological Museum.
Plage de l’Autre Bord.
A little east of Plage de l’Autre Bord is a swimming school.
Anse Conchou with Pointe de la Couronne Conchou in the distance.
A zoomed in view of Pointe Morne.
A wide angle view of Pointe Morne.
Anse Petite Savane.
A windmill alongside the road.
Anse à l’Eau.
The trees are covered with vultures. [right bird type?]
While waiting for the boat to Marie Galante
to leave I watched the fishermen sell their catch.
On the way back from La Désirade
I get a picture of Pointe la Chaise. La Désirade is in the distance.
I make it to Gosier. Too much in the way to get a good sunset shot.
La Formule Econonique, my hotel in Gosier.
Îlet du Gosier. I took a boat over and walked around.
Standing at the dock to the ferry to Îlet du Gosier and looking west.
From Fort Fleur d’Épée looking down at la Grande Baie.
Looking down as I leave. Basse Terre is under the wind.
A half minute later.
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