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Sea life of Gwada (Guadeloupe)

Supermarket goods on Guadeloupe are as expensive as in Europe, if not even more because of import costs from France and French colonies in Central and south America. This is a solid excuse for tasting local recipes based on sea food. Still… same same but different. If you ask for a Dorade in Guadeloupe, you get it sliced like if it was a sword fish. If you think a Lambi (conch shell) might be a good snack with beer, don’t order dinner later. Everything grows unexpectedly larger here in Gwada, especially for a tourist used to the Mediterranean environment. Gwada, Lambi, Bokit (aka “bucket” sandwich) and Gwo-ka (drum music) are some of the creole words you will easily stumble upon during your stay.

Les Métropolitains, town beach of Sainte-Anne with (mostly?) European tourists

Fisherman at work on local-sized Dorade fishes at the harbor, Saint-François

Romance on the beach of Saint-Anne

Lambi (conch shell) and beer, an appreciated combo in Saint-François

The cemetery-beach or the beach-cemetery of Saint-François

Promenada Pointe-à-Pitre, whatever-fish-I-catched daily market

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Previous episodes:

1. My lady of Guadeloupe

8 hours in London

My 8 hours in London are over, great memories ahead: London get togetherLondon walkthroughLondon spacesLondon memoriesBritish London

Bye Bye Piccadilly

Bye Bye Admiral Nelson

Bye Bye Winter market of Southbank

Bye bye amazing pins and magnets and key chains and bottle openers

Bye bye streets of London

Bye Bye

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British London

20 Millions of citizens from all over the world, still so British

Ms Bond

Women and generals

Welcome to London, please leave here your heart.

Some color along the blond shores of the Thames

Street art and shapes

Postcards I cannot miss

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London memories

8 hours in London are going to end, some details got stuck into my mind

Next time, London eye wait for me, the queue was too long.

I could have staid all the afternoon watching through the double-deckers on Westminster bridge.

A triumph of steel: Hungerford Bridge

A more recent one: Golden Jubilee Bridge

Looking for food, what about an onboard fish and chips?

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London spaces

8 hours in London might be many…or too few.

How much would I have liked to spend some time here.

Lost again

Cleopatra’s mummy, Rosetta stone, Hammurabi handwritten codes… 1 hour at the British museum

Cover Garden, best carrot-ginger soup I ever had.

Lost again, but in a colorful area. Click each picture to zoom in.

Previous episodes: London get togetherLondon walkthrough

London walkthrough

Just 8 hours in the great London. What to do, where to go?

Where am I?

Finally the Thames. Let’s enjoy the last, warm sun rays on its banks

How cool London skyline across Westminster bridge

Too long the Mall, bye by Buckingham Palace

Through Chinatown gate

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London get together

What a lovely afternoon in London. Just 8 hours to spend through its streets and people. 27,000 steps with my D800, in London.

Just out of St Pancras train station: my visit to London begins.

Just one hour for the British Museum: what a glimpse!

No time for the National Gallery, the sun shines.

Surrounded Roman, capitulate!

All you need is love of Piccadilly circus.

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Thoughts of a #ColdFleshed Human Body...

Life at Her Brightest

by Anna Trestain


A portfolio of my paintings, sketches, and other artwork

Photographs by Timothy S. Allen

Exploring the World with a Camera

Destination Humanity

Chasing big dreams one photo at a time

Daydreams and Histories

Jumping off a cliff is not dumb. It's random.



Raw Streets

by MaxGor

Mittened Hands


the Book of Bokeh

Bokeh describes the character or "feel" of the out-of-focus areas in a photograph.

Photoblog of Maria Vincent Robinson

Photographer - People and Places

A Traveler's Tale

photography and travel interests, places, and things

Wind Against Current

Thoughts on kayaking, science, and life

Joshi Daniel Photography

Images of People Photoblog

home of lorenzo borghi photography

le patrimoine culturel immatériel francilien


Nature is forever.....capturing it is bliss!!

My Urban Insights©

My Urban Insights© 2013-2016 All rights reserved. CONTACT: INSTAGRAM: @myurbaninsigths

Foto Digital

Foto y Vídeo profesional de Bodas y eventos


Looking through the stranger's eyes

The Riparian Times

The Riparian Times is a boutique publication with musings about life, travel, fashion and art.


fotos und/and photos


Zweiundfünfzig Wochen Krefeld. Zweiundfünfzig Bilder. Aus meinem Alltag in dieser Stadt.

Hannah and Harley

A little bit of life, love, and laughter.

Pavlos Ζikos Photography©

Personal Photography Portfolio


let's jump into the deep end! a travel (but mostly food) blog.

Amanda Sabga Photo

Life as I see it / Boston based photojouranlist

Michael fotografiert

... der Weg zum Meister

Photo avant-garde

Photography at a different level

Windybee's Blog

Everyone knows it's Windy


Stream of Thought observations, images, and more


Визажист Евгения Белоглазова

Out-of-Focus Photography

Bringing memories to light...


“It is good to have an end to journey toward, but it is the journey that matters in the end.” ― Ursula K. Le Guin

Denise in Detail

Things that make me tick

Victoria's Secret Blog

My travels, pictures and ramblings...


The Best Things In Life Are Made From These.....

six degrees photography

capturing the world, one frame at a time

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