Palm Haven Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Gros Islet
2 hrs, 0.8 kms I can definitely see the French touch here in St Lucia. Towns are dense and laid in a clear grid pattern. Each town has all the government services clearly marked (post office, police station etc) The towns are centered around a Catholic church and a little plaza (with actual park benches!) It seems that the French made a much greater effort to import their culture and style on their ...
... is paradise. After the Rainforest the cabby took us around the island visiting some absolutely stunning beaches and seeing some of the more quintessential parts of the island, which I love more than anything.
I’m honestly starting to have the time of my life now (not that I wasn’t before!), I’ve made some great friends and I’m getting used to life on board. I know I sound a little ridiculous but this is a very bizarre environment to be in, very ...
... as we got off the boat, it started raining, but it was just a quick rain shower and soon the sun was out again. We got some rum punch and a few meager sandwiches on board. We were back on the ship by 2:30 PM. A very nice, relaxing excursion. We went for lunch and then just relaxed on the deck. I was just dozing off when suddenly, the ship's horn blasted off and ...
We are currently winding up our second afternoon in St Lucia, sitting around the living room drinking local rum and lime. It's been an interesting couple of days and nothing like I was expecting at all. I was lucky enough to be sitting in a window seat for the flight in and as we descended through the clouds we had amazing views of a number of different Caribbean Islands. I was able to pick out st Lucia pretty quickly due to its twin peaks, the pitons. We flew down ...
... dish they served. We also tried the West Indies hot sauce which packed quite a wallop. We sat with others folks on our tour including a young couple we'd spoken to on the first half of the trip. They seemed shy or reluctant to chat until lunch when they became very talkative. The young guy was Trinidadian and his wife was Dominican and they lived in Queens, NY. We got to know them a little better and by the end of the day they were ...