Montserrat to Guadaloupe

May 11, 2023

We left Montserrat on Monday and Jinhee took many good photos on the way south, through the exclusion zone.

Birds Playing near the cliffs – Significant Katabatic winds!
We anchored just in front of the Navy – Feeling pretty safe
Homes are buried – Near Plymouth Montserrat
There is a tear in the earth here. Also the lava dome is a new (20 years) feature
The lava dome is shrouded in clouds – it continues erupting to this day (since 1995)
Another tear in the fabric of the earth – This shoreline is new as well

We arrived in Deshaies, Guadaloupe within six hours, to find that it was a holiday and couldn’t check in. No worries, we are enjoying our time on the boat, the wonderful scenery around us and now, finally a good French baguette (and pain au chocolat).

We have made our way through Jacques Cousteau nature reserve and down to ilet-a-Cabrit just north of Terre-de-Haut. Not too many words today, I want to get some pictures up.

Snorkeling in Jacques Cousteau Nature Reserve (Guadaloupe)

We are still working on our video and video editing skills. Neither are going well (we are going too fast, and don’t have appropriate computers for video editing. Aaaargh!), but here is an overly long and boring video from the reserve/park.

I will note that the fauna is changing, with different birds (frigates) and some new fish. We are collecting as many memories as we can, and some will make it in the pictures, but we don’t get all of it, we are moving too fast!!

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