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January 2018 touring the Caribbean Sea – Part 2
Philipsburg, St Martin
Saint Martin is an island in the northeast Caribbean Sea, approximately 190 miles east of Puerto Rico.
View of mountain alongside the city of Philipsburg.
Wooden courthouse in downtown Philipsburg
We noticed many box cars that had been severely damaged during the 2017 hurricanes.
The full moon shining over the ocean as we departed St Martin.
Guadeloupe is a territory of France located in the West Indies. Christopher Columbus landed on the island in 1493. It is the largest and most populous European Union territory in North America.
Suzanna next to gigantic Elephant Ears plants.
We took a trek through the rainforest to see the Cabret Waterfalls.
View of the upper and lower Cabret Waterfalls.
In the distance we could view steam rising from the active Grande Soufrière volcano.
The Allée Dumanoir Road in Basse Terre was lined with Royal Palms.
St Johns, Antigua
Antigua is an island in the West Indies. It became an independent nation in 1981.
We took a long trek through the Antiguan rainforest and both up and over one of the higher mountains on Antigua.
While standing on an old lava flow at the top of the mountain, we were able to look down over the island.
From the top of the mountain we were able to view Active Soufriere Hills Volcano on the nearby island country of Montserrat, which last erupted in July 1995.
The lemon grass near the top of the mountain was taller than us.
Sailing back to the Port of Miami, Florida
All dressed up at the Gala Night dinner on the cruise ship.