La Suite Villa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 160; After the segway ride we went to a beach to relax for an hour. The beach was very nice and we got to try different fruits. A man came in a boat with a lot of fruits and he blew in a shell to tell everybody he was there. He played loud music, danced singing in the water and sold pineapples and coco nuts with rum in. This was the first and only day with rain but it was only raining for like an hour or two. The others took a taxi and went for a tour on the island. ...
24 miles from Martinique to top end of St. Lucia, strong wind and exciting sail with a squall to greet us just off Rodney Bay, gusting 50 knots! Turned us round and lost steering on auto. Luckily it only lasted 20 mins. Met up with Chrissie and Graham on Eowyn, in Martinique, who we'd met when we first made landfall in Guadeloupe. So we both sailed across and caught up with everything we'd been doing since then. They have been doing this part of the world ...
... national dish (deep fried meat or fish flavored dough balls). However, along with the frozen bag of “contains 85% poultry” chicken breasts (which were the only chicken breasts, frozen or unfrozen, in the entire store) there are an innumerable number of cheese and yogurt options that take up almost the entirety of the refrigerated section. It’s moments like these that you suddenly remember that you’re in France and that you’ll soon be paying for ...
... with infamous Captain Sparrow rum punches – with pictures of all the cast with him I can now see how Jonny Depp could look so ****** ! wow
we went back in the evening to the anchorage hotel bar which had the Caribbean T20 cricket on and watched a game with very inexpensive strong rum and cokes Pd1 each,
13/1 We sailed the 24 miles across to St Lucia and moored in Soufriere bay underneath the stunning Pitons – ...
... happens when you are on a boat (especially when you have recently dragged anchor) is that you take a mental bearing of where your boat is. Ray and I looked at the boat from up above and we thought...this doesn't look right, but we continued to look at the museum exhibits for a minute or two, then went back to the opening in the window to take another look.
We then saw a dingy with 2 guys racing towards our boat. "Oh no" I said - ...