La Digue (Seychelles time)

It’s been a little while but it’s Seychelles Time again!

La Digue is the third most populated island in the Seychelles.  From Praslin it is a 15 minute ferry trip.  Going to La Digue really is like going back in time, its so quiet and life is slow there!

We recently took Arthur for the first time with Mum and Dad.  This was Arthur’s first time on a boat, he was really good and loved looking overboard, particularly at the boats wake.

La Digue is a Awesome place to hire bikes, its the best way to get around the island and its really safe as there are hardly any cars at all.  We decided not to this time as we wanted to be able to keep Arthur in the shade so the push chair was the best for that.  We walked around the North side of the island which is nice and quiet, a really beautiful walk.

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We followed the road around to the George Camile gallery, Arthur had lots of fun crawling around there, although I think thats more due to the fact the floor was nice and cool rather than him being particularly interested in the art!  To be honest he kinda took over the place!!!



Dad bought a nice Embossed copper picture in there, they had been looking forward to visiting his gallery as his stuff had caught their eye on Mahe, last time they were visiting in the Summer.  Mark and I house sat for George Camile over new year so it is nice that they now own some of his work.  If you would like to check out his website take a look here 

This time we didn’t walk round to the Coconut plantation where the gorgeous Anse Source d’Argent beach is as it was a little far to go without bikes and plus the walk around the North coast took us longer than expected!  Anyway here is a picture from a previous trip as its really pretty so you might want to see 🙂  It’s in the National Geographic top 10 beaches in the world so it can’t be half bad right!!



So thats it for now!  Hope you enjoyed a little bit of Seychelles time, see you next time!


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20 thoughts on “La Digue (Seychelles time)

    • Ahhhh thank you Donna!! Every day isn’t like that, it really is pretty normal stuff we do during the week!! Having mum and dad here definitely made us make the most of living here, having visitors is definitely good for that! Xx

  1. It really does look so beautiful, though I don’t know if I could take the heat all time. I might have to resort to crawling on the tiles also #binkylinky

  2. Love it, can’t believe you guys live there still. Great memories of the hike with Mark up to the hilltop bar- one of the most magical places I have been!

    Also, Arthur is looking so grown up, it’s going to be so amazing when he’s old enough to get around in such an awesome place =).

  3. these views are amazing!! how do you feel living there, i mean are you used to the weather and being so close the sea? we discussed it with hubby and i said that i think if you live close by the seaside area you stop appreciating the views and sea

  4. Lovely to have you back. Such lovely photos of you and the family and your amazing home. Arthur looks so happy and gorgeous plus six teeth now WOWWEE – he’s really growing up. Very much enjoyed your Seychelles time too – just makes me sooooo jealous very time I see it xxx Ax

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