Hotel Residence Diamant Beach
Travel Blogs from Le Diamant
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Nora Jones' Don't Know Why) and this is my segment of Caribbean Experience feat. Luther Francois.
Show was awesome! Ppl came backstage from the audience to thank and complement me. I felt like a true star! It rained thru my
perormance restricting the dancer but she did well as did I, when
dancing with her. For the last selection the band did a freestyle, I
Breakfast at the Karibea Squash Hotel: mini english sausages, scrambled eggs, cereal with warm milk and a glass of orange juice.
Practiced my songs on you tube using my iPad until I was tired lol. Watched a motorcade and took pictures before practicing once more. Played bejeweled while my room was cleaned.
Lunch: french bread with cheese and Didier ...
Martinique - easy customs passage (hunk for an immigration officer) but
didn't see the meet and greet crew and spent 30 minutes of wandering
before calling my Bajan contact.
Enjoyed the beautiful scenery over the 30 min drive to my hotel. Supermarket to save on restaurant meals and a bout of Netflix (Dead Man's Chest)
Dinner: white pudding, stewed chicken leg/thigh, cheese, french bread and bottled water,
Dessert: traditional french biscuits and guava jam
Sailing south to St Lucia was an exciting reach, plenty of wind and from the right direction, we rocketed along in some quite exciting sea. Justin got his last fix on the wheel of Cuttyhunk and didn't stop grinning for some time.
We checked in to St Lucia but delayed going in to the marina while we had our last meal together on board. It had been almost three months ...
... of fun - and we wish her all the very best with her new life in retirement.
Whilst we were in dock, Robin and Cheryl were visiting us in the dock (their boat was still out in the bay) and we heard over the radio that someones boat had been hit by a jet-ski. We joked at the time that it might be Robin & Cheryl's boat, and to our horror, we found out in the end that it was. Luckily there wasn't much damage to their boat, and I'm not ...