Martinique has traditionally been called “the Paris of the Antilles” and “a little piece of France in the Caribbean.” Evidence of this truth is everywhere and, although there are other French Caribbean islands, Martinique radiates more of the culture and charm of cosmopolitan Paris. Restaurants serve haute cuisine, stores display haute couture and people speak haute Français. However, in true West Indies fashion, you’re just as likely to be served spicy Créole at a beach-side café by an islander wearing madras and speaking thickly-accented patois.
Escape civilization and hike past historical plantations, fantasizing about the ... [read more]
Author: Miss Julie
Date:December 24th, 2006