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Endless successions of [[red underline]] sugar cane and Rhum distilleries [[/red underline]], toward end of the road one of the [[red underline]] largest called St. James [[/red underline]] where the famous [[red underline]] Rhum St. James [[/red underline]], exported to France is made
Mount Pelée gray and sinister looking in the background and topped by a gray cloud. Finally reach the [[red underline]] little village St. Pierre [[/red underline]] which has been rebuilt since its destruction in 1902.
[[left margin vertical in red]] Mount Pelee [[/left margin vertical in red]]
Charred remains near new houses. Fish and vegetable market going on by a new generation born since the eruption and situated close to the sea where fishermen bring tropical fish in their little boats; the various colored fish being freshly caught about that time [[red underline]] the other passengers of the Nerissa arrived in two crowded [[/red underline]]
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motor cars; so we returned over the same winding roads to town. Did some walking; [[red underline]] shabby town [[/red underline]] dirty streets Wanted to buy a postal stamp for home but [[red underline]] post office and  people around refused to accept my American money nor the money from Guadeloupe. [[/red underline]] Went into a cafe where ordered a glass of [[red underline]] beer - the very worst liquid ever called beer. [[/red underline]] Was glad to get back to my boat.
[[left margin vertical in red]] Saint Lucia [[/left margin vertical in red]] [[bracket in left margin connecting following three lines]]
[[underline]] Mr. Louis d'Hauteserve, professor of French at McGill University Montreal [[/underline]]
gave me his card 
Steamed away at 1 P.M. and arrived at [[red underline]] Saint Lucia at 4:00 P.M. charming little harbor [[/red underline]] situated like an amphitheatre. Spotless streets and shops. Wooded hills and mountains in background and excellent roads. Drove [[/strikethrough]] Drove ^[[Drove]] up to [[red underline]] Winders station [[/red underline]] situated on the heights where I had an admirable view of the town. [[red underline]] Excellent little hotel. St. Antoine, [[/red underline]] clean and simple 
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