Travel Blogs from Gros Islet
... crew to help me with the sailing as Orca is not configured for solo sailing, not that I would want to do it alone, as that, would take something that I don't have in me.
The one thing that I have learnt from sailing the Atlantic is that the hardest working part on the boat is the autopilot. From Cape Verde to St Lucia it worked almost nonstop for 15 days. With a following sea most of the way, this made its job even harder. ...
... the Caribbean Sea it was easy to waste away an entire day in complete happiness, reliving the moments of our tour and looking forward to a whole week away from the boat. The area in Saint Lucia where we stayed, Rodney Bay, boasts the best restaurants in the whole Windward Islands and we wasted no time confirming this our first night. We dined at Saint Lucia’s best chef’s place, Blue Olive, and were not disappointed. We filled our week with more amazing ...
... dressed up in a furry dolphin suit and was dancing around and having his photo taken with the passengers, it was 87º for goodness sake!
As you can see from the photo, he threw off his head,sit down in the shade and rehydrate, poor bugger.
I was directed to ...
... since we were armed with a copy of the Lonely Planet Guide for the Caribbean, we would not sign up for the Carnival shore excursions. That decision meant we were bombarded with offers for tours and taxis as we walked out of the duty-free shopping area and into the bustling capital city of Castries. In three blocks I said no more than I can possibly count. However, everyone to whom I said no responded back very politely. That made us feel good ...
... and restaurants in the marina village, including Doolittles (the location for the film).
At 2pm our friends left by taxi for the airport, whilst Rob and I awaited our next crew! We had organised for Steve (Virgin pilot from High Bickington) to join us with a couple of his flight crew who had just flown out on the plane in which David & co were returning to the UK! The original plan was for us to be flown back by him on the Sunday evening, ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Stephanie's Hotel Gros Islet
Other places to stay in Gros Islet
Rodney Bay Village, Gros Islet | 3 star hotelfrom $100
- Great Place to Stay!
- What a nightmare - 2 weeks of hell
PO Box 1544 , Gros Islet | 3 star hotelfrom $101
Rodney Bay, Gros Islet | 3 star hotelfrom $109
Cap Estate, Gros Islet | Hotelfrom $223
Rodney Heights, Gros Islet | 3 star hotelfrom $65
Rodney Bay, Gros Islet | Hotelfrom $70