The tender was difficult, I got a sea shower trying to get on, but it was worth the effort. The place is erie, to think the French shipped mainly politcal prisoners here in the late 1800's to as late as the 1960's It is well kept and a step into the colonial past. There is a hotel on the island, but since is is so small, I am not sure how far away one would really want to get away from everything. It only has second growth trees as the French cut down everything so the prisoners couldn't hide, but it is very warm and tropical and lush. And the currents between the islands, there are several, are rough. Much hikings and lots of stairs to get around to see everything. Takes several hours, not including the beer.
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