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Here were are, in St. Lucia. We decided on St. Lucia, one day this past winter. We were looking at all of the Caribbean islands, trying to decide what island we wanted to visit. We landed on St. Lucia because it described the best sites, rain forest, beaches, people and most importantly...FOOD! After months of research and planning, we are finally here. But it was a long day. We were up early in morning and caught the ...
... he said... Charged a fair price though! We walked down to the beach zigzagging between the two pitons (the two large peaks that we climbed the other week if you had forgotten) yo this beautifully secluded resort on sugar beach. Probably cost close to $1000 a night, but definitely where I would go if I could afford it. The beach was stunning and the snorkelling was equally as pretty (though not quite coral bay standard). Unfortunately no underwater camera to ...
... around tight corners. He stopped at a couple of view points for us to see the west coast of the island and a few of the coastal villages. One of the first things that struck me, apart from the green, luscious tropical vegetation, was the size of the island. When looking on the map, it looks rather small, something that you'd be able to see most of in a months stay. When in reality, it's an expansive island that is covered with hills, jungle, and apparently not ...
... photos from one camera, and the other camera wasn't recharging. (That's why you only got four photos on the last blog).
Found the Chinese shop that Pablo had recommended and managed to buy the right lead for one camera and a Universal charger for the other.
Whilst we were there, a couple of locals came in and sold the owner a mobile phone for $30 (about £7.50), right in front of me!
Bought a chicken for Sunday Lunch and headed home, to three ...
... mud bath or view the pits - we chose to stay non-dirty. We continued on to the town at the base of the Pitons. Here we got on a taxi boat over to a small beach beneath the Pitons. I snorkeled and there were some nice fishes and a little coral and rocks.
As we drove back to the ship, we stopped at a waterfall and stopped for local bread and cheese for lunch.