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Chayote gratin

The Chayote gratin is a traditional dish quite famous in Guadeloupe Archipelago. You can serve it as an appetizer or main dish with some poultry, meat or seafood. Here is the recipe which is...

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Chayote

  In Guadeloupe Archipelago, there is a wide variety of tropical fruits, vegetables and roots vegetables. In today’s blog post, we are going to focus on the Chayote. Chayote: Origin and description Also known...

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Creole

Origin of the language In Guadeloupe Archipelago most people do speak French and Creole. As we are an overseas department of France, the official language is French. However, the majority of the population widely...

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Carnival

The Carnival is the most popular and animated annual festival in Guadeloupe Archipelago. During a couple of months from the Epiphany (the first Sunday of January) until the Ash Wednesday, there is an explosive...

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Music

Music in Guadeloupe Archipelago In Guadeloupe Archipelago, Music plays a significant role in the way people celebrate, connect, interact, and relay historic events. The archipelago has a multi-faceted identity where Indian rite, African memory...

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Rum

Introduction The Rum is the traditional alcoholic beverage in Guadeloupe Archipelago . The establishment of the rum’s industry in the archipelago dates from few centuries ago. First of all, let’s find out more about...

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Gosier Islet – La Datcha Beach 

Gosier Islet – La Datcha Beach  If you are spending your holiday in Grande-Terre Island, Gosier Islet and La Datcha Beach are 2 interesting spots to explore.  La Datcha Beach La Datcha Beach is...

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Atlantic Ghost Crab

  Atlantic Ghost Crab Atlantic Ghost Crab is a semi terrestrial crab and breathe oxygen from the air through moistened gills. They are called Atlantic Ghost crabs because they are swift runners at a...

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Tamarind

Origin The tamarind is native to tropical Africa, but many other tropical areas of the world cultivate it. This leguminous tree was introduced into India for such a long time, that’s why it has...

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La Grivelière – Coffee Museum

  La Grivelière – Coffee Museum La Grivelière – Coffee Museum is an historical place in Grande Rivière valley, in Vieux-Habitants township. Caféière Saint-Joseph was the former name and became La Grivelière in 1843....