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This week Soeur Holt got slightly trunky I have to say! Trunky is a colloquial term for a little bit home sick, or missing home. The reason? 1,113 more words

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Self Portrait Making Of

It’s the first time I got caught during one of my err… selfie?? Nah, it’s still a self portrait…

The result!

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Hidden story of 2,000 African-Caribbean PoWs in a medieval castle

A new exhibition at Portchester Castle opens on July 20, 2017. Curated by Abigail Coppins, it tells story of men, women and children transported from St. 667 more words

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Dombré

Guadeloupe Archipelago has a rich history and diversified culinary heritage punctuated by multiple influences. For instance, lots of spices that emphasise the tastiness of many dishes come from Asia as well as several root vegetables. 426 more words

Guadeloupe Archipelago

We met Tom Jones' mum!

The time goes so fast… every week is crammed for Soeur Holt and those she serves with. We were shocked this week because p-day wasn’t spent playing ultimate Frisbee but the Sisters all went… 1,295 more words

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Thomas Lemar: Baie-Mahault's crevette

Crevettes are pretty popular in Guadeloupe. Whether served in a stew or with dumplings, these little critters really hit the spot. In 2008, when a Caen youth coach visited the island, it wasn’t to sample crevettes but an exciting talent who was just as small but stood out from the crowd: Thomas Lemar. 517 more words

Florent Malouda and French Guiana Stir Up the Gold Cup

The 2017 Gold Cup has been rocked by a match between the tiny South American-based territory of French Guiana, who is not even recognized by FIFA, and Honduras, a 2014 World Cup participant. 2,078 more words

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