Friday, March 10, 2017

Bouillante, Guadeloupe

Today I visited this charming seaside village a little south of where I am anchored on the west coast of this small Caribbean island. If there was one place that could capture the pure essence of the country, then I would pick Bouillante for its many fruit trees, fishermen and lovely, laid back nature of the friendly locals. It is not all that suited to tourists with only one sit-down restaurant and no wifi anywhere in town. It has a small Carrefour supermarket, a petrol station and no traffic lights. It's one claim to fame is a geothermal power plant at the southern end of the beach where locals like to swim in it's warm water. Take a look at the video I put together from the place.

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