Colorful dresses and graceful silhouettes. In the background the exotic, Caribbean landscapes. A week on Guadeloupe surprises for its cultural diversity and lively ancient traditions. A historic representation of the Indian Ramayana myth welcomed me the day I landed. Brilliant graffiti cover walls and towns of the island. Wild sea shores and vivid sunsets: everything plays life on stage in Gwada.
Players and families in the backstage of the Indian week of culture in Sainte-Anne
Top left: ashes ceremony before Ramayana representation. Top right: the wise men from the mountain. Bottom left: Wedding ceremony. Bottom right: hunting demons
We love Guadeloupe (the Caribbean Butterfly) , graffiti in the town of Sainte-Anne
The cinema theater “La Renaissance” of Pointe-à-Pitre, opened in 1920, now closed
The rocky beach of Anse à Plume
Moving graffiti in Pointe-à-Pitre
Nights fall early in the Caribbeans, 5:30pm in Sainte-Anne
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Previous and last episodes:
1. My lady of Guadeloupe
2. Sea life of Gwada (Guadeloupe)
3. La Métropole
4. Gwada intangible cultural heritage