Countries started changing with a startling speed just like in a kaleidoscope. Another flag atop the mast! Martinique is an island in the central part of the Lesser Antilles archipelago. It lies in the Caribbean sea of the Atlantic, where we sailed guided by GLONASS. In administrative terms, Martinique is an overseas region of France. What, the French again? Doesn’t Martinique have its own flag????
Well, let it be.
Palms again, after all,
and the same choice of drinks
the same herons.
What herons??? Grey ones.
And there’s somewhere a place where the Martinique egret lives. We need to look for it!
We asked some people – they ran away.
We asked others – they kept silent.
Guys from the next yacht answered our question and asked us to be their guests. The yacht had a wheel! A real round one.
(Compare, we have a tiller that is a kind of a stick)
The host’s really funny.
It was him who explained to Lena how she could find the egret.
Take a boat
and sail up the river to the first pointer
The river was frightful at first
and then it was fun.
and we found the Martinique egrets.
They turned out to be the nastiest creatures defecating on one’s head.