Kabran Hotel

Address: Beanefield, Vieux Fort, 00000, Saint Lucia | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Beanefield, Vieux Fort, is near Sulphur Springs, Diamond Botanical Gardens, Diamond Waterfalls, and Atlantic Shores Riding Stables.
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Travel Blogs from Vieux Fort

Horse Riding Along the Coastline

A travel blog entry by kerry.blackett on May 12, 2015

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... had seen a picture of the horse on Facebook when he belonged to a riding stables in the north and so they made the decision to buy him as he looked in such bad condition. Since then he has put on some weight and the vet is happy that he will be healthy soon. I met Max, the other owner, who I was riding out with. I rode a horse called Spice and we headed out through some forest, to the coast. The view from the coast was beautiful with some strong waves crashing against the cliffs ...

On our way home

A travel blog entry by bignige on Mar 30, 2014

... selection is anything to go by our favourite food on the entire trip has been the Bircher Muesli which we have enjoyed every day. Most days I've had mine with a generous helping of prunes stewed in orange juice - delicious!! However, I had to keep off the prunes whenever we had a day in port. They do terrible and unpredictable things to my insides which means that I can never be more than a 20 yard dash from a loo for a few hours after ...

You put the lime in the coconut

A travel blog entry by andyryder on Sep 30, 2013

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... buildings in various countries all for a hundred quid! Island Life.

On Tuesday we headed off to Pigeon Island at the top of the Island. We paid our dollars (it is National Trust) and headed in. OK the History bit. St Lucia has been occupied fourteen times alternating between the French and the British before finally ending up as British in the 19th Century until they got full independence in 1979. On Pigeon Island, the Brits built a fort to keep out ...

Relaxation begins at the beach...

A travel blog entry by pmcooper on Mar 16, 2013

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... the rest of the morning, ate lunch at the beachside restaurant and chatted with the local floating Reggae floating fruit salesmen, who buzzed their way into the bay blowing out Bob Marley and a conch horn. After fresh coconut water and raw coconut meat, we lazed for awhile more. I decided to take advantage of one of the daily water sports activities...snorkeling in the neighboring bay after a quick boat ride over. ...

Exploring the Caribbean the easy way -on a cruise

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Apr 15, 2012

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... surgery. This was, of course, terrible for him, but also a disappointment for the rest of the people, as he seemed like great fun, and everyone had come to see us as our leader.

Cruise Day 1 – Saturday 7th April 2012 Ft Lauderdale- at sea
Saturday is a busy day at the port in Ft Lauderdale, with six to seven big cruise ships going out today, even though it is just about the end of the main Caribbean cruising season. ...