Domaine de l'Anse Caritan
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... get a car to stop). The sidewalks are large enough for two people to walk besides each other (most other islands you're lucky to have a sidewalk). Their are even designated bike areas. Oh- and parks- real parks with grass, paved walkways and statues. While all this may not appeal to the average tourist looking for the raw Caribbean, we've done the raw Caribbean for awhile now and this is a nice change. Alright- ...
... bracelets made from coconut shells.
Welcome to St. Lucia, another Caribbean
Island! Where the souvenirs are much the same, and prices are the
same, and there was a slow motion ambiance!
As the action in the port begins to
heat up, things are slowly kicking up at the scruffy shops in the
market. I walked a few more steps inside, and I saw some of my
fellow passengers from the ship, buying several cotton sun dresses.
... br> Picked Pablo and Sarah up after another lazy day at Discovery , our new home from home.
Saturday was another belter, so after Sarah and Pablo had been shopping, we went off to Choc Beach and Vigie Beach where we bought coconuts from a street vendor and fried chicken from a local food shack. That evening we went for a treat at the Rain-forest hideaway.
You take a little boat across the bay to a fantastic restaurant right on the water.
... of the batik process right before our very eyes. Having seen this before and making a previous purchase, we headed for the water closets and refreshments. Rosalind is still upset that previous recipients of the expensive garments as gifts didn’t fully understand the value ($225) and had neither worn them nor framed them. It’s still remains a touchy subject with her. I was just excited that my wallet was still safe!!!
Our tour then ...
... theatre. David's long suit is playing an unusual xylophone, with two hammers in each hand. The Flight of the Bumblebee was a pretty impressive Xylophone effort, musically pretty competent, but a little weird. The flamenco effort with Dawn, his wife, dancing was more than a little weird. Playing weird instruments was never an easy gig, as Shirley Abicair (who you may ask, as did Dianne) would probably agree, and she had the advantage of playing the ...