We have been living at Port Louis Marina for three months now and, up until now, I haven’t really taken pictures of this lovely place. So, before the time escapes me and it is time to leave, here is where we have made our home for the hurricane season.
From the hill on the property.This gorgeous old tree sits overlooking the marina. It is a silk cotton tree and is probably 200 years old.YOLO is a sushi and stir fry restaurant and it serves delicious food.The Victory Bar and Grill is another great restaurant on the property.No one seems too sure of what this building is, but it is in the center of everything.The ladies here do a great job with laundry.It has been very dry lately so the field has yellowed, but it is a beautiful walk through to the small beach at Port Louis.The cliff near the beach.Looking out to the anchorages.Looking toward Grand Anse.The Carenage from the Port Louis Marina beachLooking out to the Caribbean Sea.Scenes around the marina.My favorite spot in the marina and where I spend hours just about every day.Customs and Immigration offices.The ATM and the marina office.Colorful little shops and businesses along the docks.That’s Ed on Slowdown out of Houston, TX. He caught me taking pictures and posed for a shot.This is J Dock where AfterMath hangs out.And AfterMath next to Tropical Blend. Close quarters, but friendly company!