Travel Blogs from Castries
... this tour. The mud is supposed to make you feel better. To be honest, I felt the best when soaking in the hot water. When I was soaking in the hot water, I didn't feel any pain in my body at all. I could have definitely spent more time in the water... but alas, we had a time limit and before we knew it, it was time to go....
After a short ride on the bus, we stopped at a chocolate factory where we got to see what it would have looked like many years ago. We even saw ...
... 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 ...
... we have a stunning view if the slope down the hill to the ocean. We didn't have too much time to settle in though as it was a Friday night. Every Friday night they throw a jump up or a street party in Gros Islet. The other med students (two girls from the UK and two boys from Sydney) were planning to go and wanting to meet us there. Rach was too tired and decided to give it a miss, but brendo and I started out on our adventure. We were meant to meet the boys at ...
... creole shrimp and Sharon creole fish, just fantastic. All served with rice and black-eyed peas, breadfruit, plantain, salad and avocado. Washed down with a nice cold Piton beer.
We headed leisurely back up the coast to Marigot Bay did a quick tour of the bay and arrived at the waterfront restaurant where Jeff and Jan have their mooring at 5.00 pm - Happy Hour!
Just had the one as we had to get back for the guys!
... dinner so made do with a salad and a couple
of bottles of the local brew, Piton.
Saturday is Market Day in Castries, so we headed into town to do some shopping. Trouble
is, I had no idea that the produce in St. Lucia is seasonal. Which means every market stall holder is stocking the same few things, tomatoes, peppers, okra, oranges, limes and avocados. All lovely things, and very tasty, but a bit limiting for ...
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Bois d'Orange Gros Isle , Castries | 2 star hotelfrom $45
Reduit Beach Rd, Rodney Bay, Castries | 3 star hotelfrom $92
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PO Box 296, Castries | Hotelfrom $150
Clarke Avenue, Castries | Hotelfrom $38
la toc road, Castries | 1 star hotelfrom $65
P.O.Box 527, Castries | Hotelfrom $50
P.O. Box GM508, Castries | 2 star hotelfrom $95
Vielle Bay, Castries | Hotelfrom $133
Choc Bay-Gros Islet Hwy, Castries | 3 star hotelfrom $190
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