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We went from Dutch, to French, to Spanish, to English, and back to French again. The French of now is Martinique. On the 16th in the evening we arrived on Martinique and on the 17th we spent the day in Martinique. The town we were at had not much going on, but we started the day off good. We had ice-cream and internet. On the internet I found out I am so behind with school. Luckily, everybody has vacation now so hopefully I can catch up. After the ice-cream my friend and I walked to another café so we could charge. There we had cola and internet. At around 3 in the afternoon we decided it was perhaps a good idea to have lunch. We walked around a bit but all the lunch places were closing. So we went to a bakery and had a Panini, a very yummy Panini. I had a Panini with tuna, cheese, and tomatoes. After we finished our Panini we decided we were still hungry, so found a little café where we could eat crepes. There we had our crepes and mango juice. During moments like that you think “this is the life” but then we went back to one of the internet cafes and logged on to the school website and you were more like “oh, so much school to catch up on”. Luckily, I could send out some emails and hopefully soon I will be caught up again. Also, I updated my blog in the internet café and uploaded photos to Facebook. Other than that we didn’t do very Martinique. It is quite a beautiful island though. Definitely more civilized than Dominica.
That same evening we left for Bonaire this was a four day trip.
- Meilin

Posted by meimeilin 13:22 Archived in Martinique

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