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World War 1 and Caribbean

To mark 11th November, I blogged about the connections between French Caribbean author Joseph Zobel, from the island of Martinique, and WW1.

Today, I’ve updated my WW1 page ( 146 more words

Translating Cultures


Clipper ships once raced across oceans to deliver precious cargoes; now they sail the Caribbean and decant passengers onto idyllic islands. 1,800 more words


Stars for sale

In Martinique we walked around town. A tiny tiny town with three shops and a market that was open only on Sunday mornings. After mass. 31 more words


Ready for the North Caribbean  Adventure!

We are ready for the second leg of our cruise in the Caribbean.

We have stopped a few days in Martinique to give school to kids, replenish for lots of food and refill water tanks to “full”… as we will need some autonomy! 116 more words



So I figured it was about time to update everyone at home, and whoever reads this, about recent events!

It’s been a few weeks since my last post, so I’m going to do my best to try and remember all that has happened! 2,858 more words