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What is Guadeloupe
Guadeloupe , an island in the eastern Caribbean, is a French overseas department. It is located southeast of Puerto Rico.
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"Theyâ€™re actually a poor lesson in French for Grand Terre to the east is the smaller of the two, while Basse Terre has the great La SoufriÃ¨re volcano."
"Originally selected as Guadeloupe's capital because of its prevailing breezes and location above the steaming lowlands of Pointe-à-Pitre, Basse-Terre is today a city that's curiously removed from the other parts of the French Antilles that it governs, and, when the business of the day is concluded, it's an oddly calm and quiet town."
"You can do Kayak, Hobie Cat, hunt monsters, Optimist, Windsurf, Diving, Hiking. 3 Nightclubs in Basse-Terre: DreamClub Baillif ,zi Pères Blancs Baillif, 0590 80 26 83; La plantation ,Blanchet Gourbeyre, 0590 81 23 37; Le Swing ,zone artisanale Morin Saint Claude 0590 80 76 91: mainly Zouk, Ragga Dancehall, RnB, Merengue, Salsa... Entrance 20? with a Drink."
"On Basse-Terre, Sainte Marie de Capesterre where Columbus landed should be visited, as should the Hindu temple to its south, where it may be possible to see religious ceremonies taking place."
"The party landed on the southeastern shore of Basse-Terre in 1635 and claimed Guadeloupe for France."
"total: 1,780 sq km land: 1,706 sq km water: 74 sq km note: Guadeloupe is an archipelago of nine inhabited islands, including Basse-Terre, Grande-Terre, Marie-Galante, La Desirade, Iles des Saintes (2), Saint-Barthelemy, Iles de la Petite Terre, and Saint-Martin (French part of the island of Saint Martin)."
"Guadeloupe comprises Guadeloupe proper (Basse-Terre), Grande-Terre (separated from Basse-Terre by a narrow sea channel) and five smaller islands."
"If you just find something reasonable on the other side (Grande-Terre), youll probably have to take a bus to Pointe-a-Pitre, walk through town and get into a bus that goes either to Pointe-Noir (northwards) or Basse-Terre (the city) southwards."
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