Protection for human rights, bio-diversity, history and tradition. Protection is a word with several meanings in Guadeloupe. A recent history of blood shed to fight slavery and of worker immigration from all over the world, well documented in the museum Memorial ACTe, is at the base of Gwada modern society.

Entrance to the red-light district, Pointe-à-Pitre

The Memorial ACTe, part of UNESCO’s Slave Route Project, Pointe-à-Pitre

Sunny umbrellas of Pointe-à-Pitre

A vanilla plant climbing an incense tree in the jungle of Sainte-Rose

Vanilla plants, incense trees, termite nest, singing cicadas… the delicate network of a tropical jungle

Waiting for the bus at Morne-à-l’Eau

The Cathedral Saint Pierre et Saint Paul , Pointe-à-Pitre

Coconut shop on the motorway, Les Abymes,

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Previous and last episodes:

1. My lady of Guadeloupe
2. Sea life of Gwada (Guadeloupe)
3. La Métropole
4. Caribbean intangible cultural heritage
5. Guadeloupe on stage
6. I had a dream