Travel photos : Guadeloupe 2007 : Sainte-Rose


Sainte-Rose is a town of about 17 thousand inhabitants on the northeastern shore of Basse-Terre side, Guadeloupe. We came to Sainte-Rose as we were offered a place to stay overnight via Hospitality Club network.

The town was nice and our HC hosts, too. We spent there one day and night and continued our tour in the following morning.

Mari Open square Open square (2) Ysabel and Mari Hen

Street view Restaurant Boat Boats Sailing boat

Canoeing Breakwater Piers Pelican Pelican (2)

Children canoeing Seaside road Tree Traveller's tree Town Hall

Church Lizard Sofaïa nature trail Water supply Brook

Road downhill Îlets de Carénage View Niko and Mari Ysabel and Niko

Mari and Ysabel Coconuts How to break a coconut? Hervé


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