Index for Album Les-Saintes-2003: Les Saintes 2003
Pictures from Les Saintes, Guadeloupe, West Indies. Includes Terre-de-Haut and Terre-de-Bas. This was part of a Caribbean trip I took in mid March 2003. See corresponding trip journal.
On my way up to Fort Napoléon I look back and take a picture of Bourg des Saintes.
Fort Napoléon has a lot of tame green iguanas.
An iguana showing its legs.
Note dewlap hanging under the chin. That means this one is a male.
This iguana is smiling at us.
The iguana is basking in the sun. They are cold-blooded and need the sun to stay warm.
A good panorama taken from Fort Napoléon looking at Bourg des Saintes and Anse du Bourg.
Baie de Marigot.
The Centre UCPA’s beach on the west side of Baie de Marigot.
Baie de Marigot. Taken from my seat at La Paillotte, while I waited for lunch.
Plage de Pompierre. From the east side looking west.
Plage de Pompierre. From the east side looking north.
The cemetery. My bike makes its appearance.
Plage de Grande-Anse. Taken at the north end looking south. Swimming prohibited.
Plage de L’Anse À Gilot.
A panorama taken on the pier at Plage de L’Anse À Gilot. Looking at Anse du Bourg.
Plage de L’Anse À Gilot again. A dive center is to the left.
A panorama of Plage du Figuier.
Grand Anse on Terre-de-Bas.
Grand Anse on Terre-de-Bas looking back at Terre-de-Haut.
Looking down at Grande Baie on Terre-de-Bas.
Back on Terre-de-Haut. Looking at Anse du Bourg.
Again looking at Anse du Bourg. Just a little further away.
Plage de Crawen. I climbed up on the rocks at the far end to take the picture.
Anse à Cointe, the beach that is in front of Hotel Bois Joli.
Sunrise from my window at Chez Cassin Victor, where I stayed.
Early morning fishermen and their net.
Plage de L’Anse Mire.
Some large cacti on the Ruelle de l’Anse Mire. [What type of Euphorbia??]
Looking at Bourg des Saintes from the Plage de L’Anse Mire.
A painted wall in Bourg des Saintes. (You can see the cruise ship through the trees.)
The Sea Cloud has now anchored.
The fish market.
Cutting and selling a dolphinfish (mahi-mahi).
The courtyard at the foot of the ferry pier. Sticking up in the middle is a French Revolution Memorial.
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