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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 ...
... Fellas acapella group. They are still not really my cup of tea but I did enjoy them more in the smaller venue than in the theater.
There was an opportunity watch today's sailaway from the helipad. It seemed a nice change but got a very crowded and I think the larger upper decks are actually better. The bride and groom were at our small dinner table tonight as most of the group was present for dinner, I think only 1 or 2 vacancies at the ...
... past some large churches to a graveyard for photos over the town and harbour.
Dianne heads out later for a similar, but abbreviated tour, and an attempt to Internet on bad wi-fi in the Cruise terminal (most ports supply free wi-fi, which is very intermittent as used by so many people.) We are back on board for the 4.30pm departure.
At night we watch the Celebrity Showtime Broadway-style musical “Land of Make-Believe” about when ...
... We walked thru the open square and enjoyed the peace in this small section of town. On the far side of the square was the main library for the island of St. Lucia. That was fitting as Castries was the capitol of this island nation. As the heat of the day was increasing and we were several blocks inside of the city away from the harbor breezes, we decided to turn and head back to the harbor. We would go to our next stop which was Place Carenge. This was another ...
... driving. The roads are narrow, hilly and curvy. Drivers pass when they feel like it, not necessarily when they should. A twenty seven mile drive across the volcanic island, from the southeast Vieux Fort area to the northwest tip of Gros Islet includes desperately dry areas (this year) as well as a rainforest area, amazingly beautiful and lush and takes about one and one half hours, that's right 1 and 1/2 hours.
Water is being rationed on the ...