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Found it acasim found I can sea four miles

Monday, January 30, 2012Martinique

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Just before leaving, after a few days in Martinique for work (and a bit of sun and fun ), I took a shared taxi downtown to see the views and find this cache. I enjoyed the visit and I leave some additional photos to illustrate and share some of the things I've seen. Thank you!!

Preparing fishPTFotoTema

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On the coordinates log image On the coordinates

St. Louis athedral log image St. Louis athedral

A beautiful Martinique beach log image A beautiful Martinique beach

Kid enjoying beach log image Kid enjoying beach

Rich food, poor people log image Rich food, poor people

Preparing fish log image Preparing fish

Fishing nets log image Fishing nets

Coral island log image Coral island

Lizard #1 log image Lizard #1

Lizard #2 log image Lizard #2

Church in Fort de France log image Church in Fort de France

A view of Fort de France log image A view of Fort de France

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