Travel Blogs from Gros Islet
... at the "drive-in volcano" where you can watch the earth bubble and steam with the hot muddy sulfur substance reminding you of the natural destruction of years past that result in these fantastic lands. We ended the day at the mud baths, a natural sanctuary where the sulfuric mud still flows downhill creating a pool in which you can soak. We each covered ourselves in the mud for a body wrap and then jumped back in the pool famous for its natural health benefits. What ...
To sum up we had an amazing vacation here at the Rendez-Vous. We loved the staff, the hotel, the towns we visited, the excursion, the sailing, the scenery and the couples we met have become our friends we still keep in touch with. If given the opportunity I will definitely flog this hotel to people. It's a great choice for a romantic, quiet and also fun getaway and the island of St. Lucia did not disappoint.
... our autopilot is working because helming the cat is like going from manual to power steering in a car, you can't feel the boat moving through the water and so have to drive using the instruments, which requires huge concentration, something that seems to be in short supply while at sea!
On day 8 we wake up to very heavy torrential rain, which is literally coming from sideways, and above getting into the oilies from every possible angle, the boys are drenched ...
... with the help of a 3-score on European countries which drive on the left, we win, much to the consternation of the Brits, and score a Celebrity T-shirt each.
Stay for a few dances with the Party Band Carousel playing Beatles songs, then to bed.
Cruise Day 9 Sunday 15th April Castries, St Lucia
St Lucia obtained independence from Britain in 1979, however it remains a Commonwealth country. Sugar was the staple crop until the ...
... helped us with our lines and we bought some freshly caught tuna from him.
We sorted out dinner at the restaurant which is owned by a lovely couple, Rosie and Orlando, who arranged for us to be ferried ashore for our meal.
We had a very good evening there with excellent local, Creole dishes and enjoyed chatting with our hosts, who also returned us back to our boat afterwards.
Later on that night the mooring line broke on the buoy, with ...
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