Cedar Palm Villa
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Well Dominica was an awesome landing, but St. Lucia was nice too. We hit a slight bit of turbulence and had one of those tummy lifting drops. It was great. I got a few more pictures of this landing and as usual not all I wanted because Ian was asleep in my lap. All and all a great landing. Rod wanted to make sure that everyone knows to get the nice shot on approach they should sit on the left side. He had a view of the Sandals resort sign on his side of the ...
... every night in my piano bar, when the first show comes out of the theatre.
It’s great that I can pass an almost normal day, everyday, with breakfast, lunch and dinner, time for anything else I want to do, even sometimes see the show, and then, finally I go to work. I have to be careful I get a nap in the afternoon, otherwise by 11pm I’ll be fading and I play straight through from 9pm to midnight, sometimes later without a break. So around 4pm is nap ...
... which was much appreciated.
Our impressions of the island, yes it was just a 6 hour day, so it is just a tiny impression: the island is intensely green rainforest, lovely beaches and volcanic mountains and we did see the islands volcano spitting steam in the distance. The people were friendly but we only met the sellers and tourist guides.
We left Martinique for our final push to St. Lucia. The sun rose just in time to give us some light as we entered Rodney Bay. We didn't stay long for we wanted to get to the Pitons, these 2 jagged mountains along the west coast, having intentions of climbing them. We were all excited to get to Soufriere, the town where we'd anchor, but as we entered the bay our opinion almost immediately changed. We ...
... had a holiday in Europe and were returning to Oz the slow way. We go to Sydney, but they will have to fly to their home in Perth.
Our afternoon took us around the islands seeing banana plantations. What struck us was the poverty of the island and the very small houses. From what we saw St Lucia doesn't seem to have reached the 21st ...