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Sweet potato

I really appreciate having a nutritious meal with sweet potato and fresh vegetables. From mashed to roasted, I love how versatile sweet potato is. Unfortunately, it has not always been like this. Although sweet...

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Roches Gravées

Roches Gravées: The story Parc Archéologique des Roches Gravées is an historical monument in Trois-Rivières township (Basse-Terre Island). This archaeological site is the evidence of the Arawaks’ settlement in Guadeloupe Archipelago at some point. First of...

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Ilets Pigeon

Ilets Pigeon: Biosphere reserve Ilets Pigeon are two islets located in front of Malendure beach in Bouillante Township (Basse-Terre Island). The islets are in the heart of Cousteau Underwater Reserve so consequently part of...

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Parc des Mamelles

Unforgettable scenery Parc des Mamelles is a zoological and botanical park located in Basse-Terre Island more precisely in La Traversée road. The site which is part of the National park of Guadeloupe Archipelago, is above all about...

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Guava pastries

Guava pastries are delicious snacks/desserts on the list of the multiple sweet and savoury pastries available in Guadeloupe Archipelago. During the Christmas holiday or any family events such as christenings and weddings, the savoury...

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Guava

Origin  In today’s blog post, I would like to highlight the Guava which is quite famous in Guadeloupe Archipelago. First of all, let’s find out where it is coming from. The tree has been...

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Marie-Galante Ecomuseum

All about the Ecomuseum Marie-Galante Ecomuseum exists since 1976, thanks to Inventory, traditions and popular arts organisation. During this year, the organisation set up an event in the island to collect simple art items of...

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Beaches in Guadeloupe Archipelago

Beaches in Guadeloupe Archipelago There are over 70 natural Beaches in Guadeloupe Archipelago. Some of them are so stunning that they are featuring in postcards. The typical postcard with white sand, turquoise clear water...