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St. Lucia - what a gem of a Caribbean Island.
From the first glimpse from our cruise ship window she had us in love with her beauty. Ports for cruise ships are generally the ugly side of town, but Castries was the exception being a pretty little inlet with sail boat moorings in our view and surrounding lush tropical hillsides with colourful houses poking out of the slopes. St Lucia is famous and has a UNESCO World Heritage listing for its ...
... Typically, there is no road map, but we have a map from the Tourist info, and Julie has a stack of maps from previous visits, so we set off for Playa Kalki on the far north west point of the island, which is reputed to have the best snorkelling. Have the usual problems of right hand gear shift, wipers instead of indicators, stalling due to 10 days of automatic driving.
We narrowly avoid getting onto the high bridge going the wrong way, then head ...
... day we went to Pigeon Island and we were pleased we had left it as the weather was so much better today. We had a walk around the fort and came across a couple of guys who lived in a little cave. I don't know who was more shocked, us at seeing them or them at seeing us. I don't think many tourists venture that far around but we do like to see it all. I actually really liked it there, had a nice walk and even played with the ...
... you kick the bucket. Well, I wanted to go zip lining and what better place to do it than in St. Lucia. However, the Globetrotters decided not to purchase the shipboard package and instead broker our own deal in town. That was easier said than done.
Just as we were about to disembark, there was a torrential downpour. No kidding. The rain was coming down sideways in sheets, and boy were the Globetrotters glad we hadn't left five minutes earlier. We patiently waited out ...
... the guidebook for once!) we stumbled on a little goldmine of a beach that appeared to be attached to a hotel, but still allowed public access if you could find it. Brilliantly enough, no one else could, and we had ourselves a completely gorgeous private beach for the morning, complete with starfish ...
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