Mirage Beach Hotel
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... John Murray, to roam the streets in search of excellent food and drink – we found it! Many people were grilling chicken, pork and fish on homemade grills right on the street. Informal bars were set up on boxes and card tables in the street. One place a rum punch was 5EC (which is about $2) and at another it was 10EC ($4). We quickly found you had to negotiate your prices.
Saturday George took luggage down to Marina. He and ...
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St. Lucia is the honeymoon capital of the world. It is known purely for the romance. St. Lucia is relaxing and quite. If you are thinking of St. Lucia for a romance trip with your significant other... this is your ...
... to mention the fact that beer here is $1, 1 friggin dollar!! No wonder people in the Caribbean are always so cheerful; they’re probably always ******. Today was the turn of St Lucia so we hired a cab out for the day and ended up in this absolutely gorgeous rainforest, we went up on an open air cable car through the canopy and got some gorgeous views of the island, a truly unforgettable experience – it’s tough to imagine how living here this would just be a normal day, ...
... drink and walked over to the coral side of the beach to snorkel. I just can’t get over how CLEAR the water is! You can see all the fish like you’re looking through an aquarium glass! The fish welcomed us in their home and practically swam up to us… almost close enough to touch! They were the typical tropical fish… bright yellow and black striped and I even saw what looked like the rainbow ...
... was rather tasty. It was just unfortunate that you had to fight your way through the masses to get a sample.
Amongst the tropical fruit there is breadfruit balls which are a surprise. They are not sweet but savoury, filled with onion and cheese along with the breadfruit. I sampled Accra which is a saltfish dish and are salty, crispy and similar to a croquette. The famous Johnny cakes which are deep fried cornmeal balls but it was ...