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TROPICAL ISLAND LIFE TRAVEL VLOG SUBSCRIBE for DAILY VLOGS! http://bit.ly/1uNAdLQ YESTERDAYS VIDEO: https://youtu.be/njsZaRut7tU TOMORROWS VIDEO: Erik Conover PO BOX 201 New York N.Y. 10156 Erik: https://www.facebook.com/erikconovervideoblog https://twitter.com/erikconover http://instagram.com/erikconover snapchat: erikconover Where I stayed: http://www.hotel-simon.com/ https://www.instagram.com/HotelSimonMartinique/ https://www.facebook.com/SimonHotel/ What I did: http://www.randobuggymartinique.com/circuit-sud.php Martinique Tourism Info: http://us.martinique.org/ Shop my filming gear from B&H Photo! https://bhpho.to/2kQpBgF Canon G7x http://amzn.to/2hyf48z DJI Phantom 4 Drone http://amzn.to/2hOMNrQ Editing Computer: http://amzn.to/2hRcVoM Joby GorillaPod http://amzn.to/2i6U...
C'était Mardi 1er mars 2016 à 11h15 dans l'émission Service Première présentée par Patricia. The Martinican Way of Life c'est avant tout un concept. Suivez nous sur les réseaux socio pour ne rien manquer de cette aventure. Merci à Michelle Bolivar d'avoir pensé à nous.
A visit of the the French island of Martinique 280 miles off the coast of Venezuela. The tropical island is a paradise of many different climates and many sights. Beautiful palm tree lined beaches, lush vegetation in the jungle, spectacular sunsets on the West side and Montagne Pelée, a dormant volcano are just some of the rich attractions of this South Caribbean gem. My trip takes you to many of the coastal towns as well as a drive in the center of the island through rain drenched wild jungle roads to the banana plantations in the North. Iguanas and lizards are part of the trip a well as beautiful flowers that bloom all year long. Martinique also boasts quite a number of beautiful churches, many dating to the 17th century. One particularity of these churches is that the woodwork beneath t...
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Martinique is truly "a little bit of France in the Caribbean Islands." Martinique exudes a distinctly French feeling -- in the excellence of its Caribbean cuisine, the beauty of its language, the grace of its streets and gardens. Yet Martinique has a cachet all its own, an endearing West Indian warmth in its personality, a special spice in its Caribbean music and dance, its local dishes, and its way of life. Martinique is an island with style.
Arriving Martinique on cruise ship, seeing the Rocher du Diamant and the island's capital, Fort de France - with its city life. Eines der Wahrzeichen von Martinique ist der vorgelagerte Felsen Rocher du Diamant. Fährt man um die Bucht herum, erreicht man dann Fort de France, die Inselhauptstadt des französischen Übersee-Departements.
New non-stop flights from New York/JFK, Boston Logan and Baltimore/DC BWI from December 3, 2015 to late March 2016. One of the Caribbean's most awarded Islands with new hotels and villas to enjoy. See what a prominent American has to say about Martinique.
Martinique is truly "A little bit of France in the Caribbean Islands." It exudes a distinctly French feeling -- In the excellence of it's caribbean cuisine, the beauty of its language. Yet Martinique has a cachet all its own, an endearing west indian warmth in its personality, a special spice in its caribbean music and dance, its local dishes, and its way of life. It is an island with style.
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St. Anne, Martinique is one of our favorite anchorages in the entire Eastern Caribbean! In my next 2 videos, I will show you why. In this first video, I will take you for a walk on the beautiful beach, take you snorkeling on the reef that protects the anchorage and then I go "skurfing" at sunset. I hope you enjoy this video and feel like you are here at St. Anne Martinique with us. Hi, I'm Tyler, and I live on "s/v Sail Pending" with my Mom and Dad. We've sailed down the ICW and through the Eastern Caribbean Island chain and now we are planning to cruise through the Western Caribbean and beyond. Over the years my parents have taught me our boat systems and now I am the one who runs the boat. (With their supervision of course). Running a boat and knowing the systems is pretty straight ...
In this episode we explore Dominica's Indian River, where scenes from the movie "Pirates of the Caribbean" were shot. Then on our way South to Martinique we jump into the Sea to swim with Dolphins. As we leave the protection of Dominica we get hit with high un-forecast winds before finally dropping the hook at ancient and historical St. Pierre, Martinique. Help keep the videos coming by supporting us on PATREON at https://www.patreon.com/triotravels ...every little bit helps keep the videos coming! Check out our Blog for some good reading about our Catamaran Sailing Adventure and for lots more info and tips on cruising... all at www.triotravels.ca Don't forget to click the Subscribe button and never miss an episode! Follow our story from the beginning... www.triotravels.ca Check ou...