The Inn On The Bay

Seaview Avenue, Marigot Bay, SLU, Saint Lucia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Seaview Avenue, Marigot Bay, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Marigot Bay

    St. Lucia

    A travel blog entry by kharby on Mar 05, 2013

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... restricted viewing to a platform a few hundred feet away. A couple of hundred yards downstream from the springs, the water temperature is still hot (around 110 Fahrenheit or 45 Celsius), but cool enough for tourists to enter and give themselves a mud bath. These mud baths are believed by some to contain medical purposes [3] and are used by some tourists and locals for said reasons. See photo of a local girl bathing in the warm waters down ...

    St. Lucia

    A travel blog entry by tlvice on Jan 03, 2013

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... I took on this trip. The old one was beginning to fall apart.

    After my purchase we stopped at Chef Robby's Restaurant and Bar. We each had a Piton beer. Romanus had told us that was the local brew. While we were sitting there I commented that I now have some idea what fish feel like. Fishermen are throwing all sorts of lures and baits in the same water trying to catch that one fish. It was the same with the taxi drivers and tour ...

    Exploring the Caribbean the easy way -on a cruise

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Apr 15, 2012

    1 comment, 129 photos

    ... a couple of kms till we get to the coast. There is a wide coral rock platform with interesting snorkelling but no obvious way to get out. Getting in is dead easy - just jump 5 metres into the water, but getting out presents some difficulties, so we give it a miss, in spite of seeing some snorkellers out about 50 metres, and no sign of a boat.

    We met a Dutchman and a Dutch origin local here who were looking for a blow-hole (hence the name Watamula). We ...

    Second day of diving and sunset cruise

    A travel blog entry by magnoliakitties on Oct 18, 2011

    35 photos

    ... The reef around the ship was well formed with plenty of fish and coral. We saw many fish including an eel as we made our way around the bottom and into the base of the ship. After about 40 minutes under water we made our way back to the dive boat for some down time. The water was crystal clear from the top and Bob decided to jump back in for some swimming and snorkeling. During the down time one of the dive ...

    The last sail, well, almost

    A travel blog entry by martyandness on Jul 08, 2010

    5 photos

    ... in showing the boys how to do it. We were getting off and the boys would be the "old hands". This was something the boys weren't over the moon about.

    The sail was long, nothing really interesting to report. It was fascinating to see, unlike all our previous crew, the boys still hadn't managed to relax. Everyone after a week had taken up the usual "sailing position" of on-deck reading ...