Bel Jou Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... another cab. Sure enough, 2:20 - here comes Quincy. We told him the whole tale with much laughing. He said if we had mentioned snorkeling he would have taken us to some place - which was actually the place outside Anse-La Raye in the book!
We had Quincy drop us off back where he picked us up. We walked to a liquor store because though you can't take liquor on the ship, we had a plan - and two empty water bottles...
We bought a small bottle of gin and ...
... Piton is shorter, but much steeper and requires ropes and proper equipment or at least experience to get up bits... Beyond our hungover abilities this morning. Gros piton itself was a challenge. It's 2600ft at its peak with a very steep but well made trail that got us to the top in just under two hours with a couple of short rests. some magnificent views along the way and the top had a great view of most of St Lucia. Was happy for my fitness on the way up and even more on ...
... on our own, but Jean & I had some questions to be answered. Afterwards, Jean went to the water sports center to book some activities for herself, and I returned to the room to relax and write this blog on the balcony. She then went to the pool to read. By the time I was done with the blog, Jean had returned to the ...
... Becky with their Architect and they invited us over to their new house.
Sunday was our last full day so we headed back to Ti Kaye village,. I was quite excited as Pablo had lent me his underwater camera cum goggles. Unfortunately we couldn't stay in the water too long as it was full of tiny jellyfish which kept stinging us. Not especially painful, but irritating enough to make it unpleasant. Terry, our beach manager assured us they would be gone when the ...
... rice, saltfish and green fig (something our initial cabbie Alexander insisted we try) and other delectables. Also, every few stalls had one selling overproof rum punch. Believe me it really punches!
We tried the saltfish with green fig, delish! We had some nice rotisserie type chicken, also yummy as anything. There is a distinct flavour difference between grocery story ...