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... I hope you like the Pizza Van and Camper Van Yazzie and Roxy! I know you would make good use of them. You will see the picture of the policeman in the blog.
Our next port is Barbados and swimming with the turtles. Hope all is well at home and that Bill is making excellent progress. Claire, thanks for your comments, let me know how dad is. Thanks.
All our Love
Jill and Ivor
Mum and Dad
Grandma and Grandad
... fry, taking photos in the rain again from a vantage point. Continue on a narrow twisting roads through the mountains, down to Canaries, another fishing village on the coast, and then via a detour down the mountain into Soufriere. The main road had been washed away in Hurricane Tomas in October 2010, and was still under repair. From here we can see the spectacular, UNESCO listed, two Pitons rising like "Madonna's Breasts" from the iron brassiere era. Carry on ...
We landed in Saint Lucia at about 3.30 and after clearing customs we went to find the best way to get to the north of the island. One woman told us we could get a taxi for US$50!!!!!! We politely refused the offer and went off to find an alternative. A guy in a minivan took us to the 'bus station' and from there we then got another minivan to the Castries. As I ...
... coast of St. Lucia that Michael had read about. So onto the local bus we got.
Again, the bus is a 15-passenger van, but the catch is that there are no scheduled departure times. “What time does the bus leave?” Michael asked a passenger seated inside the driverless van. “When it’s full!” Are you kidding me? Okay, how long does it take for the van/bus to get full? Well, this time it took about 20 minutes before 14 bodies plus the drive ...
... and far more expensive at that!
Before boarding our plane, they had us all line up for further security checks. Not sure why they needed to search each person and their carry on but it was literally taking hours. Finally they started reducing the number so we could get out of there on time. We got settled and took off for ...