The Jolly Roger
Guadeloupe is not a single island, but a collection of five islands. The largest two, Basse-Terre and Grande-Terre are seperated by a narrow channel known as the Riviere Salee (Salt River).
The islands are not particulary habitable, with Basse-Terre being rugged, volcanic mountains, and Grand-Terre comprising lightly forested plains. Fortunately, the soil on the plains is fertile, and the French cultivate crops here, though not enough for export.
Places of Interest
Basse-Terre: This small town passes as the capital of Guadeloupe, with a small harbor.
Fort Paradis de la Mer: A fort with a modest number of guns and modest garrison.