Carayou Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... into their holes at the slightest movement. Hide and seek is second nature for these guys.
After enjoying the views of the bay I made my way on foot around the marina to get to Rodney Bay's beach and to visit extended extended family! It was such a long walk but yielded views of the local shopping centre and the diverse variety of food available to tourists. Clearly there are a lot in Season. Eventually I arrived at a fantastic ...
... and crashing waves below. It wasn't until rounding the headland that the full extent of the town came into view. It looked like a novelty miniature village with dozens of old fashioned buildings of all shapes, sizes and colours crammed into the fairly limited space of the long, deep valley that was walled by vertical cliffs on both sides and a steep incline to the back. It was a strange experience to walk through the streets and see road markings and sign ...
... sea dogs boat as he amazed us with his fluent English even in a drunken stupor and grasping English humour. He had been moored for some time in the anchorage and in a space of one hour we met a French family and another German couple - all goof friends with our new buddy Norbert. Eventually we found our way back to Ellisa and had a very rolly night as the storm moved ...
... jumping. Unfortunately the party attracts the local undesirables, and soon we have had hands in our bags and pockets, Jemma caught the guy who took her blackberry, alerted me, and so we together tried to body search him, but he was totally disinterested and when we couldn't find the phone, we let him go ...grrr.
Xmas day in St. Lucia - ahhh it takes ...
... at night is a challenge in high seas, you can hear incredibly loud banging noises as the waves crash against the bow, which often sound like the bow is about to crack, then the vibrations and propeller noise as the boat surfs down the waves, which makes a haunting whistling sound. You become so tuned into the noise and movement we very quickly learnt to accurately guess how fast we are moving from the noises made, which also meant in the middle of the night I'd often ...