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... The Sulfur Springs are a popular tourist destination in St Lucia due to their ability for tourists to literally drive up to the edge of the springs. Up until the mid-1990s, tourists were able to walk right up to the end of the tar-colored pits. Following an accident where a local tour guide named Gabriel fell through the crust into a pit and received third degree burns over most of his body, the formation of what is now know as Gabriel's ...
... island, which was where our boat was moored and where we were meeting up with our friends Liz and David.They, along with another couple of friends, Mel and Christian, would be spending a week sailing with us.
By the time we reached Rodney Bay the rain was falling heavily. Not quite what we had envisaged for the "dry" season in the Caribbean! Evidentally it has been unusually wet this year.
Our home for the next 10 days was a 44ft Orana ...
... cracking jokes to keep people loose. I had a blast and would love to do it again.
At the end of the zipping, we returned to the gondola for the ride down through the canopy. Again, more birds and some more flowers than we saw on the way up. The view over St. Lucia was tremendous.
Then rum punch. We bought a West Indies sauce at the gift shop, boarded our bus, and returned on the same winding road to ...
... have tickets as his friends didn't make it. Wow, this cricket business is pretty easy. So we jumped into a taxi and had good seats to watch the match between Australia and Pakistan. Go the Aussies! The only down side was our seats were in the sun for most of the day, and the heat was pretty intense. The locals around us had umbrellas and I made a mental note to purchase one.
Cricket in the Caribbean = fun in the sun, with rum, watching ...
... bars are grown..check out the photos...you won't believe what it all looks like! Several of us also summitted one of the two Pitons located in the south of St. Lucia, the feature the island is most famous for...
But mostly, we spent lots of time sailing, reading, playing cribbage, drinking chocolate tea and eating amazing food (Thank you Michael for taking the lead on this...that truly was a vacation for me)...and just enjoying being ...