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The rest of March was pretty busy too. I explored my new home, finding mango trees, goats, chickens, exotic flowers and other tropical fruit plants (pineapple, ‘sapotille’…) in the well-kept garden. There was also an international jet-ski festival in Sainte Anne and it seemed like the whole island (and the rest of the world) had flocked onto the beach and set up camp for the day. I’m pretty sure everyone was more interested in the food stalls than the actual jet-ski racing. I also went on my first bus here the other day. I’d heard that they don’t come often here, but I didn’t wait more than 10 minutes for one to turn up. I paid and found a seat as my hair blew behind me and the reggae music blasted from the speakers. A friend and I were going into Le Gosier, the next commune along, just to explore and look around. The marina is lovely (I still love boats. ) – I’ll definitely be going back at night to check out the bars and restaurants that line the water front. Although the beach is lovely in Le Gosier, I think I still prefer the main ones I go to in Sainte Anne. March also saw me try my first ever ‘ti punch’. We were out for lunch (‘Chez Clothilde’ in Sainte Anne) and so I decided to try it. W o w it is strong. Effectively just rum with a bit of lime and brown sugar mixed in, it burnt my throat and I had to pass it on for someone else to drink. I’m not usually the kind of person to give up my drink, but this time I really couldn’t finish it. Later in the week, I went to a relatively well-hidden, local market with a few of my students in order to buy cakes, the best samosas I have ever... The rest of the month I’ve been quite concentrated on reading for my dissertation that I’m supposed to be doing this year, so I’ve been going to the hotel I went to on my first day here: La Toubana. Ocean views, infinity pool, free drinks (thanks to a friendly barman) and, of course, work. Easter weekend, however, was very adventurous. I hired a car with a few other students from the school and we went off for my first trip to Base Terre to see my first waterfall: la cascade aux ecrivisses (full of other tourists too but very beautiful), and then onto a black sand beach at... As soon as we arrived, one of the students handed us all snorkels, goggles and flippers and told us to follow her into the sea. There was nothing to see. Just sand and sea weed and the occasional boat anchor. And then I did see: there were turtles bobbing around the bottom and drifting back up to poke their heads out of the water. After stalking them for a couple of hours, we caught a boat to a small island where we could snorkel. White sand beaches, rainbow fish, sea urchins…I have never seen such a colourful array of fish in my life. We caught the boat back to the black sands and headed over to the natural hot springs further into Bouillante. Continuing our trip further south, we came across a quiet black sand beach in the commune of Vieux Habitants and jumped with the waves as they lapped into the shore. Later that evening, I noticed: in stark contrast to the front of me, my back and legs were tomato-red and very sore. For day two, we decided to stay on Grande Terre and head to la Pointe des Châteaux to show the other students. We wandered round the next commune after that, Le Moule, to see the rum distillery Damoiseau. It being Easter weekend, the actual shop was closed and no machinery was working but we were still able to have a look round as we wished. After, we headed on to Morne à l’eau for the annual crab festival, which, as the name suggests, involved a lot of crabs. Crabs strung up in groups to buy, crabs squished into pasty-type pastries, live crabs bobbing in buckets of water…they were just everywhere. I am by no means a fan of seafood but it was interesting to see how this tiny creature was celebrated. We then nipped off to the Toubana for a cocktail, where we met some interesting people…and then headed home. The third day of Easter was, of course, a bank holiday. Again heading off to Base Terre, we came across yet another distillery. Again it was closed and the stench of fermented sugar cane meant we set off pretty quickly to go to one of Guadeloupe’s best known waterfalls: la Deuxième Chute de Carbet. Nobody told me where we were going when I hopped in the car. I just went along with it. I have never seen anywhere so beautiful.
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