Travel To Martinique
Daniela, my girlfriend, had asked me to take her out for a visit to Martinique Island for a two week date during the Easter holidays and since the holidays were barely a day away, we booked a flight trip to this amazing Island. I was fully fixated with charming but illusory thoughts of the beauties that awaited us as she had initially divulged to me. Martinique is an Island within the Lesser Antilles and in the eastern part of the Caribbean Sea that has lots of magical captivating wonders. The many attractive mountains, lovely dense green forests and lucrative loads of gorgeous beaches are just a few of the many beauties that lure thousands of tourists from all parts of the world to this lovely island. It also embraces a serene and calm atmosphere that will leave you wanting more of it. The wonderful experience we marveled at gave me every delightful reason to share and help all who could be planning to visit Martinique Island.
We got going from the dazzling and famous Mount Pelee. Pelee Mountains are a wonderful and amusing place to visit though completely treacherous site as we had earlier discerned of its active volcano. However frightening it sounded, we remained full of zip as we were crystal sure of ascending to its mysterious stunning summit. Its base was amusing though terribly scorching. However, we highly valued the huge attractive grey like clouds that were forming above the good looking mountain as they continuously wiped the bothering heat far away. We loved its splendid enormous bottom that spread out exquisitely towards the charming St Pierre town. We set forth hiking up the mount on a jagged path and periodically rested on ghastly rocks that were possible results of a recent eruption, to gain more vitality but finally accomplished our goal. At the top we felt the luckiest persons on planet earth as caught superior views of the captivating underlying beauties and particularly St Pierre town. We took several photos of the displayed wonders before hurrying down to avoid any of the unpredictable danger that could be awaiting us. It was truly a wonderful experience and promised ourselves to pay it yet another visit once we were sure of safety.
The awe inspiring Balata garden was second on our adventure visit. The garden was a real paradise. I was so amused and could hardly keep my eyes off the beauties. Thousands of enthralling flowers of all kinds we could possibly think of were magnificently planted portraying a wedding like a square. Sweet enticing fragrance engulfed us and got us thinking that we had visited heaven. We leisurely strolled around the charming garden picking the best flowers that we managed to. The site was picturesque that we could hardly leave without taking plentiful photos of ourselves amidst the beauties offered freely to us. We then took a bountiful time under the well kept and attracting lofty palm trees to catch up with their alluring shade while appreciating the serene ecosystem. Were it not for the fact that the beautiful garden was hush-hush, I would have considered remaining there for the rest of my life. It was an amazing sight.
We then pressed on to the stunning Montagne de Reims Nature Park. The park was full of wonders. We started walking effortlessly down a charming knoll within the park in the beautiful valley that lay beneath it. It was an excellent experience and we loved everything we came about. The valley was immaculate green with large scores of enticing farm animals. We enjoyed very much as we over involved one of the herdsman we found in our nature walk. He willingly helped us deep down the valley while narrating sweet stories of the beautiful park. From the alluring valley we got to a lovely flat terrain that was compactly covered with green pleasant forests. It was indeed a remarkable nature park. We meandered in the amusing forest feeling and appreciating the tranquil atmosphere the trees offered. Out of the forest, we ventured into an area that was predominantly covered with food crops and we were certain that they belonged to various individuals. They looked good. We wished we had found someone in the farms as we could have loved to more about them. Our visit was going perfect. The walk was overwhelming and I loved to visit the park again.
The pleasurable Clement House was another place we found merry visiting. Its colossal amiable architectural design was one of its kind. We greatly treasured those who got involved in its construction. Its beauties were stirring. It housed a vast collection of snapshots of high flying artists, politicians and musicians who we learnt that had got their photos displayed as a sign of honoring the remarkable visits they had made to this lovely house. We loved the site so much. On its lower floor was a lucrative rum museum. It was beautiful to look at. We enjoyed watching many gallons of the alcoholic beverage passing out of the wide refining pipe. We were also fluky enough to taste the product as we were given a free taster. The blew was charming and more so the lovely Clement House. The experience was so touching.
We then moved straight along the wonderful Route des Anses. The road was charming though with oodles of entwines. We, however, didn’t regret the drive. We had panorama views of the great Caribbean Sea as well as the many villages that were stretched out along the Caribbean coast. The visit was surely worth our efforts. We finally reached the beautiful Anse Noire beach that was so inviting. We dashed into the astounding blue waters of the Caribbean Sea and swam to our satisfaction. It was a remarkable moment. We then took pleasure basking on the breathtaking beach while perusing over the beautiful wonders so far discovered. The beach was surely a must visit site. I loved it very much while Daniela obliged for a second visit.
St Pierre town was yet another enchanting place we visited. However, we were greatly shocked to learn that most of its beauty had got damaged during a terrifying Mount Pelee eruption that left it totally covered with dark ashes. The town was however scenic as it had been renovated. The fascinating cemetery within the town exhibited its beauty in a manner we had never seen before. All the burial chambers were amiably cemented with nice looking tiles. Beautiful fine synthetic flowers were also suitably lined over the cemetery territory giving it an unavoidable appearance. We loved walking across the site admiring keenly all the beauties. We then moved to the great impressive Centre de Découverte des Sciences de la Terre. This was an awesome museum to get to. The museum was a notable learning site of the earth’s art. We got a brilliant chance to learn some history of the many volcanoes and more importantly the active Mount Pelee volcano. Our visit was truly worth acknowledgement.
St Pierre town offered more than we thought. The scenic Roxelane River was another amusing venture we hypnotized touring. The river had its own unique history. The captivating stone viaduct across it was so astonishing than impressive. We learnt that it was among the very few items that survived the hazardous Mount Pelee eruption. It was remarkably worth a visit. We merrily took several photos of it as we hardly wanted any of its wonderful images escaping our memories. Martinique Island can only be described as an exclusive tourism hub. Our visit was remarkable and worth our efforts. We will undoubtedly pay it countless visits.