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... the lake which once again had a handful (at the most) of pink flamingoes wading in it. Once on the beach, hired a couple of sun beds and laid back for a few hours in the sunshine. As previously there were clearly a lot of different colourful fish in the relatively shallow waters. Plenty of diving and snorkelling going on. We both joined in, Kim hired a Zayak ($15 for half an hour) which ...
... base of French sailing in the Caribbean. There are 14 charter companies operating out of Le Marin. We did a huge provisioning, including 84 liters of milk, a dozen steaks and 20+ items of cheese. The spent the next day buried in schoolwork, and then on the 5th set sail for Fort-du-France.
On the sail from Ste. Anne to Fort-du-France we passed Diamond Rock, which you'll see pictures of. A strange quirk ...
... bracelets made from coconut shells.
Welcome to St. Lucia, another Caribbean
Island! Where the souvenirs are much the same, and prices are the
same, and there was a slow motion ambiance!
As the action in the port begins to
heat up, things are slowly kicking up at the scruffy shops in the
market. I walked a few more steps inside, and I saw some of my
fellow passengers from the ship, buying several cotton sun dresses.
... we made a schoolboy error. We didn't realise that that they were taken. So we went for a dip and a couple of Americans came back from their trip to their sunbeds. Busted! They were a bit taken aback that their sunbeds had been taken. A Security guard had wandered over by then and asked us what room we were staying in. I tried to explain that we had come for lunch, but we were told in no uncertain terms we would have to use the plastic beds at the end of the beach. ...
... along peaceful but very steep back roads running along the ridge of a mountain top. This allowed for more breathtaking views of the island and both the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean at the same time. Passing through communities with French derived names, there were large areas of lush green vegetation, farming communities and beautiful views. We stopped at the Rain Forest Adventure Park for refreshment (bananas, fishcake patties and rum punch) and a ...