Travel Blogs from Castries, Saint Lucia

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land of the Pitons, Gros Inlet and Soufriere, Saint Lucia travel blog

land of the Pitons

A travel blog entry by kris

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Once St.Lucian immigration saw my wristband i was let straight through without a passport stamp which i like getting but hopefully won't be a problem leaving the country either. I walked out of the airport and asked the tourist board 'how do the locals ...

St Lucia And Her Pitons Charm Us., Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

St Lucia And Her Pitons Charm Us.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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... window she had us in love with her beauty. Ports for cruise ships are generally the ugly side of town, but Castries was the exception being a pretty little inlet with sail boat moorings in our view and surrounding lush tropical hillsides with colourful ...

ICC Cricket World Cup - Semi Finals, Gros Inlet, Saint Lucia travel blog

ICC Cricket World Cup - Semi Finals

A travel blog entry by tommy

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2 hour stop in St Lucia en route to Dominica, Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

2 hour stop in St Lucia en route to Dominica

A travel blog entry by simone.felix

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... a couple months we'll both be on holiday here for a few days. I spent a couple hours at the little airport in Castries also much improved because of the  20/20 Cricket World Cup.  I'm not obsessed with immigration officers ...

You put the lime in the coconut, Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

You put the lime in the coconut

A travel blog entry by andyryder

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... at the top of the Island. We paid our dollars (it is National Trust) and headed in. OK the History bit. St Lucia has been occupied fourteen times alternating between the French and the British before finally ending up as British in the 19th Century until ...

Three little birds, Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

Three little birds

A travel blog entry by andyryder

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... was more than we had been paying in restaurants.  Went back for a supper of beers and crisps! Saturday. market day in Castries. We hadn't planned on going back to Castries, but we had forgotten the lead to download photos from one camera, and the ...

Kissed by the Atlantic and Calmed by the Caribbean, Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

Kissed by the Atlantic and Calmed by the Caribbean

A travel blog entry by bumihills

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Castries, St. Lucia was an interesting place mainly because it seemed so different from St. Barts. At St. Barts, people spoke French and there were very few (I don't remember any ) blacks. Once you arrived in Castries, taxi drivers, guides, touts flocked ...

St. Lucia, Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

St. Lucia

A travel blog entry by irenan

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... , so - they won't be in this blog... I let my memory decide where to begin, and it takes me to Castries, Saint Lucia... Castries, Saint Lucia... we traveled before that, we traveled after... I don't even remember when exactly we went there - the end ...

Feb 04, 2012, Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

Feb 04, 2012

A travel blog entry by tilman

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Diving in St. Lucia, Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

Diving in St. Lucia

A travel blog entry by krox

... and big hotels with no luck, and it dawned on me that if I really wanted to dive in St. Lucia, I'd have to go all the way from Castries to Soufriere (the other side of the island) and arrange the transportation myself. It wasn't really easy to do, ...

Arrived in Paradise..., Le sport, Saint Lucia travel blog

Arrived in Paradise...

A travel blog entry by dstean

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Finally arive at 11pm.  Karen has been here since 4ish and was waiting up in her room with match-sticks in her eyes to greet me.   So fabulous to see her.  The concierge, who knew I was delayed, had arranged for a ...

Yellow Bird, Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

Yellow Bird

A travel blog entry by andyryder

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... sun at 5.30 to an incredible view of the Caribbean and after breakfast and a walk with the dogs, Sarah and Pablo took us into Castries. They are kindly lending us their car whilst they are away, but I need to have a St. Lucian driving licence, ...

The Beach, Beach at Ti Kaye, Saint Lucia travel blog

The Beach

A travel blog entry by roman1987

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Yesterday we spent the day at the beach. It was fantastic. The water was clear and warm. The resort has "Beach dudes" to take care of you on the beach. They will get your drinks and set up chairs for you. George, one of the dudes was very friendly. ...

Ti Kaye Beach, Ti Kaye Beach, Saint Lucia travel blog

Ti Kaye Beach

A travel blog entry by roman1987

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Snorkel, Snorkel, Snorkel. We got up a little later this morning. Had breakfast and went straight to the beach. I think we've found something we really like. This time I bought a underwater camera from the resort. We took lots of pictures, I hope they ...

First Day Tikaye Village Resort, Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

First Day Tikaye Village Resort

A travel blog entry by roman1987

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After a long trip we arrived at Tikaye resort. It was just as there web site showed. We were greated with free drinks at the bar. Good for me, bad for Sherry as she was sick from the days travel. They took us to our cottage and we rested ...

Kayak, Ti Kaye, Saint Lucia travel blog

Kayak

A travel blog entry by roman1987

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Today we decided to jump on the kayaks and go for a spin. We went to the next bay over. It was quite beautiful but trying to beach the kayaks on the rocks is a difficult thing. We are both beginners. So after a try or to we decided to move on. We went to ...

...Simply Beautiful..., Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

...Simply Beautiful...

A travel blog entry by ri-anne.cruz

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Hello everyone! Today our 4th port of call is the enchanting Saint Lucia ( Loo-sha), lying between Martinique to the north and St. Vincent to the south. I've heard a lot about the beauty of St. Lucia thats why im super excited and so intrigue! We got ...

St. Lucia day trip today for the Semi-Final, St. Lucia, Saint Lucia travel blog

St. Lucia day trip today for the Semi-Final

A travel blog entry by robliz

... of this as a South African cricket fan I reckon you would be thinking it was a pretty poor day all round. Looking around St. Lucia very briefly as we pass thru from the airport to the ground it looks to a be very lovely tropical island with very scenic ...

SAINT LUCIA-CASTRIES, Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

SAINT LUCIA-CASTRIES

A travel blog entry by kathandsheila

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... a slightly cloudy day but we enjoyed our sight- seeing trip, expensive at $55 per person and felt we had got a tiny bit of St Lucia’s ambience. Back on board it was time for a quick lunch, and then, onto the front helipad of the ship by special ...

The craziness of travelling with Mom and Dad......, Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

The craziness of travelling with Mom and Dad......

A travel blog entry by sunshinejess

... eggs as far as the nose can smell. How is this still a tourist attraction??? Note to any travellers thinking of driving in Saint Lucia: When renting your North American-style Jeep (yes, with the steering wheel on the left), you might want to remember ...

Day 112 - Castries, St. Lucia, Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

Day 112 - Castries, St. Lucia

A travel blog entry by cinnamongirl13

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April 27, 2013 Day 112 – Castries, St. Lucia It's actually Day 115 that I’m writing this, the last few days have been a whirlwind. At this point, all my bags have been packed and taken away and all I have to do is relax until tomorrow morning ...

ST Lucia, Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

ST Lucia

A travel blog entry by grahamrowswell

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We are now in St Lucia it was a bit of a rough trip from Barbados last night . Today we just went off the ship and had a walk rounnd returning to the ship by lunch time,cant miss lunch and a glass of wine!! Their are a few people we have meet on other ...

Diving begins!, Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

Diving begins!

A travel blog entry by tashamaya

Have arrived in St Lucia......hot hot hot!   Started diving today.....did a wreck and a reef and saw turtles, all ...

Wednesday means St Lucia, Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

Wednesday means St Lucia

A travel blog entry by kathylag

... a lot of info about St Lucia.  This island looks totally different from Barbados.  Barbados is very flat, were as St Lucia is extremely mountainous.  The scenery is gorgeous.  When we get to the zipline station, we all hit the restroom ...

Youth would be an ideal state....................., Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

Youth would be an ideal state.....................

A travel blog entry by kayyendole

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Castries St. Lucia 8th February 2014 'Youth would be an ideal state if it came a little later in life' (H.H.Asquith) or as my Mother used to say to me 'I wish I was your age and knew what I know now' This quotation is apt for today as it has been the ...

"Self Relief of tension in the body"

A travel blog entry by jedowdle

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... , but the beach was pretty. Grand Piton and Petite Piton peaks were named a Unesco World Heritage site in 2004. They really make St Lucia unique and memorable. Banana plant only puts out 1 bunch. Cut the bunch and you must cut down the plant. New plant ...

St Lucia, Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

St Lucia

A travel blog entry by grom

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Land-lubbers again, Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

Land-lubbers again

A travel blog entry by ahartry

Returned to Hurricane Hole. Unloaded. Said good-bye to Mum and Pas. Sue, Paul, and I had a nice room on the water. Went swimming in pool. Created a whirl-pool current. Giggled a lot. Made our own dinner in our room. Just kinda hung ...

Diabetes, diabetes, diabetes!, Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

Diabetes, diabetes, diabetes!

A travel blog entry by reza_r

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... who i take it fell in love with the island and has lived and worked here ever since! we've explored a few places close to castries and rodney bay which are both superb places in their own ways (pictures to follow!!) but hoping to do jungle trails and the ...

Does anyone get seasick?, Castries, Saint Lucia travel blog

Does anyone get seasick?

A travel blog entry by pmcooper

... for a deep sea fishing excursion.  Captain Tom and his first mate Johnson have been professionally crewing charters for visitors to Saint Lucia for over 15 years , and both were great fun. After the obligatory instructions on life vests and on board ...

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