Hotel La Pagerie
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St Lucia was the less impressing island. Many famous people like Oprah Winfrey and Densil Washington have houses on the island but honestly I don´t understand why because it was kind of ruffty and not that nice. Jen and Linus went for a Segway tour which was very good. The tour started with learning how to use the segway and after that we went up a hill to look att the view and some different fruits, flowers and other things. During the tour we saw two Humming birds. They were so ...
... years, so very useful to chat to. Also having Sushi with them later. My first experience of that, so will update on results later. A swim was called for so we anchored off in the bay and later at night saw thousands of glowing circles!! Jellyfish ahh Prices getting more reasonable as we go further south. Apparently we have to remove our veg and fruit basket from outside as the fruit bats will demolish the contents! Looking forward to seeing that. Love ...
... local grocery store seems to provide a glimpse of the day-to-day life of the people that live there. What is considered normal cuisine, what is important in the daily diet, is all showcased on the shelves in boxes or bags. While in Seattle you might find a huge section of all-organic fruits and vegetables, in Martinique you find low quality frozen meats and seafood, few varieties in fruits and vegetables, and lots of pre-packaged meals along with a deepseated love of acras which appear to ...
12/1 we sailed along the west coast and tied up to a mooring in Wallilabou bay opposite the hotel, after buying a load of fruit, we went ashore to see the “Pirates of the Caribbean” set and pictures and then walked upto the Wallilabou falls about 1 mile upriver, very pretty but the bar was shut so we walked back the beach to a famous beach bar the Pirates Retreat run by Tony”the shadow” Edwards a ...
... of the volcano) had been imprisoned for murder.
We made our way through the narrow cobbled streets of this tiny little village of St. Pierre and located the museum, purchased our tickets and went inside and started to look at the exhibition.
As we were walking through the museum (which was slightly above sea level up on the hill), we saw our boat down below through a narrow opening in the window of the museum.