A Peace of Paradise
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Continuing along the theme of loving food, David and I booked in for a Caribbean cooking class. We were both excited to learn how to do Creole cooking. They use lots of delicious spices, and lots of beans and root vegetables which I've never seen before, such as dasheen (a bit like potato). We booked for a course which got excellent reviews on the Internet. The only problem was that the course was only run once a week near near Castries, and we ...
... our bread rolls. When we got back to the car we found it un-burgled and no sign of the rip-off merchant who took our money, so overall Marigot bay was a good experience.
The day after arriving in Soufriere I convinced David to go on another hike with me. This time we tackled Gros Piton, the more commonly climbed of the two Pitons. We set out in the morning with about 6 litres of water between us in preparation for copious sweating, some snacks to revive us, and a ...
... couple of ramshackle houses, and pretty much completely lost. We pulled up beside one of the houses which had a woman standing out the front. We let down the window to ask her for directions, and found ourselves face to face with a lady we had seen begging outside our local supermarket only the day before. Luckily for us we had given her a bottle of water and a chocolate bar, and she recognised us, so she was very helpful in giving us directions ...
... with the help of ropes. But it is definitely not impossible to climb. And the view from the top is absolutely amazing. We took lots of photos, struck some yoga poses, and one of the girls in the group even managed to get some internet reception and send a few messages to her friends and family! Modern technology is amazing. On the way down we collected our guide, and then really tested our legs with the steep and slippery descent. My legs were absolute jelly by the end, and have ...
... out that you have to walk through the restaurant and onto an elevated walkway through a mangrove swamp and finally out to the open water where a couple of yachts are docked and there's another restaurant built over the water.
Kind of cool to reach a bay through a swamp like this--and I'm glad that they've preserved this mangrove swamp. I take a few moments to soak in the swamp experience--albeit from a wooden walkway... then I continue ...