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Rained for three days - I suppose they can't help that. But the breakfast was awful - lots of stale bread and birds flying around the dining area constantly pecking at your food! Also loud crickets make it hard to sleep and the air con was dodgy!
Would have been better with kitchenettes built into the rooms.
There are some far nicer places to stay on this island for a similar price.
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... Islet. As we approached Castries, two enormous cruise ships loomed ahead in the harbor, far taller than any building in the vicinity. I had an overwhelming feeling that being on that ship would feel like a prison to me.
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... the eye, his mother was a top model! 40
Rasmatazz - they have even named a restaurant after him in St. Lucia - IT expert so he is in charge of ensuring that the navigation software is always working so we don't end up in New York, and of course providing onboard entertainment in the form of a library of bit torrent movies. 35.
Me - I am designated potwasher and waitress because I can carry 4 plates in one hand which comes in handy because the boat is ...
... and Justin came on board in Gibraltar and here we were 4028nm later getting ready to part company. Quite sad really, but all things come to pass.
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... there. It was great to be able to swim in fresh water (albeit a little chlorinated) and use their swim-up bar. Robin, Cheryl, Ray and I had a great afternoon there, and returned to our boats quite pruned up from being in the water way too long.
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