Antony Mouriesse, a pecheur (fisherman) in search of dolphins, secluded beaches with friends
ANTONY MOURIESSE is a pecheur, a fisherman who also takes people on tours not only around the island of Martinique, but to St. Lucia and Guadaloupe as well. These tours will often be in search of dolphins, secluded beaches and many and any kinds of discoveries. In one of the segments of this series, a small intriguing inlet that suggested a beach was noticed and as the boat drew closer, a secluded beach with a little underwater cave unknown to anyone on board was discovered. The sailors landed and after bathing in the surging waves that gushed out of the cave, gathered shellfish of different kinds that were to be eaten later. Some practiced Capoeira, while others just frolicked and swam off of the shore before heading north again. The famed volcano, La Montagne Pelee, can be seen in many of the clips in this series. Antony explains the story about the cliff known as La tombe de la Caraibes, where the remaining population of Carib Indians are said to have leaped from rather than submit to slavery under the French.
Antony can be identified as the first face with loose dreads in the first clip.
DISCOVERING AN INTRIGUING SHORE, WE LANDED
THE SECRETS OF THE SHORE'S GODDESS ARE REVEALED AND WE ARE REJUVENATED