Lobster Pot Bay Beach Chalets

Lobster Pot Bay, Vieux Fort, South, Saint Lucia | Hotel

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Exploring the Caribbean the easy way -on a cruise

A travel blog entry by diannemurray


... route then takes us through the 340-foot Sendall tunnel, which was built in 1895, and separates the harbour side of St George’s from the Esplanade on the bay side of town, where there is the markets, public bus station, and Cruise Terminal.

We return to the ship for lunch and a bit of a rest, then Murray undertakes a solo trip, back through the tunnel and around the Carenage, then over the ridge back to the CBD, and up along the side of ...

The Final Leg!!!

A travel blog entry by mickeyanddawn11


... for the loo I left Mick with the bags and went off to find a helpful local. She showed me where the toilet was where I paid a dollar to a blind woman and went to the loo in the pitch black, reminds me of Asia!! When I got back to Mick I found out he’d paid a blind guy a dollar and a cigarette to find us the bus to Rodney Bay so we then got another ...

Castries, St. Lucia

A travel blog entry by danharriet


... in the Caribbean. On our first visit, we took a tour into the interior of the island and along a far side to pass the Pitons and ultimately drive thru the world's only drive thru volcano. Today we decided that we would walk into the capitol city of St. Lucia, Castries. We docked on the edge of town with only a short walk into town just around the harbor. Today was a good day to walk as the sun was shining down and the breeze was blowing so that there was some ...

Welcome to Paradise

A travel blog entry by nic_o


Henawarra in Vieux Fort, St. Lucia is one of those little airports that make you deboard and walk to the gate (so cute!). The weather was beautiful and the humidity was so thick it was stifling. Immigration and customs was easy and as soon as we crossed the threshold to the main terminal, we were bombarded with "Taxi? Taxi?"

I had prearranged our transportation from the ...

Back to St Lucia

A travel blog entry by martyandness


... pretty much had most of the stuff we're used to, so we were able to cater for ourselves which helps a lot, (both wallet and waistline).

Ness - We headed to our local beach for a swim and some catch up on the book reading. A common hazard of lying on the beach is the constant stream of hawkers walking past trying to sell you wonderful things (i.e. junk and skunk!), but in the Caribbean they do it with such style. 'Hey! welcome where you from?' They say like you are a long ...


This hotel, located on Lobster Pot Bay, Vieux Fort, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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