Fond Doux Plantation & Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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When we got there, we were greeted by the sight of hordes of overweight Americans in their bathing suits, slathering themselves and each other in very dark mud. It was not a pretty sight. They were then standing around in the sun to let the mud dry, after which they would all get into the same small hot spring pool to wash the mud off. It looked incredibly unhygienic. But the promise of eternal youth taunted us, so we hopped in to the filthy pool ...
... died in the floods a couple of years ago. It seems like every couple of years there's a hurricane or flood and it destroys our crops. It's a very hard life..." I suddenly feel a lot more sympathetic for Caribbean folks who give up the farming life for life in the city. As we people watch folks going past, she points out "The owner of the shop there is Indian" "She's from the country of India?" I ask "No... no... here we call anyone with straight ...
I found this newspaper article on the progress of Drina. We were fortunate to meet Mike and have his company in several places on our adventure. The first being PortiMao Portugal, then Lanzarote where he went with Jimmy Cornells ocean odyssey to Martinique. Blue Planet Odyssey's North West Passage venture:One cruiser's profile 'Drina at San Raffal - already highly experienced at high latitudes' . The Blue Planet Odyssey, a round-world rally which is the latest brainchild of ...
... sea, the spectacular groin&petite Options. Quaintcolourful villages and large country houses in the French style. Attached are some hairstyles for Bray and picture of Jeff's new friend. Note his hair bangs on top and a thick braid down to his waist. Xxxx Ann ...
... long that I got taken for a Brit twice by people who saw me drive. It took hours to get to Soufriere, and the volcano is a bit farther still. However, I was so starving by the time I got to Soufriere that I ate at the first place I saw. The Hummingbird Hotel has a nice restaurant with a great view of the Pitons, but the service was a bit slow.
The town was a cute little town with a pretty-looking church and good prices on souvenirs. What ...