Hotel La Pagerie
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When I was planning out trip to St. Lucia, I figured that it didn't matter where we stayed - all the distances seemed so short. The island is only 24 miles long and 14 miles wide. However, because the roads are narrow, steep (one hairpin curve after another) and often in poor condition, it can actually take a long time to navigate what looks a very short distance on the map. Anyway, today we decided to drive to Pigeon Island National Park, just north of the town ...
Before I discuss St. Lucia, let me first cover Bequia. Bequia was a real suprise. We spent 12 days there. When we first visited Bequia in July we stopped only briefly. We didn't leave with much of an impression because we didn't get much of a chance to discover it. The distinguishing feature I recall when we first came was that I finally felt like we had arrived in a sailing area full of crusiers, but we need to press on to ...
Martinique loomed into view in the early morning and we cruised most of the way down her length. We were headed for the bay in front of the capital Fort de France. We slipped into anchor under the watchful eye of the impressive Fort Saint Louis. It is a little in disrepair, but is still a military base in contrast to a lot of forts across the Caribbean and so we weren't able to do more than admire it from a distance.
The capital city itself was ...
... get in the car. He drives us around until we find it. Such a nice guy! Doubt we would have found it otherwise... Not that our accommodation was expecting us when we did find it. Granted, we had booked this airbnb apartment at 11.30pm the night before. They grudgingly gave us a key to the spare room in the apartment anyway after a few minutes of telling us in French that we couldn't stay. Finally time for a nap after 4.5 hours of sleep the night before and hours of walking during the ...
We stayed a couple of days and then decided we would move up the west coast to do a bit of exploring. Still with Awaroa we sailed past a well known landmark called Diamond Rock where the English held off the French by manning it with cannon and calling it HMS Diamond Rock. It was only when the French wrecked a boat loaded with rum onto it that they were able to defeat the English. .
We anchored in a bay called Anse Mitan, ...