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... accommodations. We were considering doing an all inclusive resort but decided on a private villa instead. We like our privacy and we love to cook. This seemed like a much more peaceful way to go. It is a gorgeous villa with an infinity salt water pool, an open air living room, a chef's kitchen and a 5 minute walk to the beach. Our villa can accommodate up to 12 people, so there is plenty of room for just the two of us. ...
... and when the island was discovered by Europeans – some believe it was Columbus in 1502, some believe it was his navigator (Juan de la Cosa) in 1499.
The first European to establish a settlement was a notorious buccaneer, Francois le Clerc in the 1550s. He used St. Lucia as the base for his attacks on Spanish galleons sailing through the Caribbean. St. Lucia became an independent nation within the British Commonwealth in 1979.
The island boasts many ...
... josh, and Ryan before they left this weekend. Went to an overpriced restaurant on the beach, but absolutely delicious! Beautifully cooked fish with a proper green salad. Nice having a western meal once in awhile. Friday gets it's own paragraph because it deserves it. Hospital was pretty uneventful in the morning, so we didn't feel bad leaving early to meet the crew and show the new students marigot bay. The weather was in our favour, too, and the rain held out ...
... 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 ...
... from Jeff.
Hold the chicken dinner - we are going sailing tomorrow!
Up at 5.30 am as per normal. I tried a game of Harry Potter's invisibility cloak and stayed in bed covered in the sheet. Lucky came charging in, looked one side of the bed, then the other before sniffing around. He then hit me on the head with his paw. Harry didn't have those problems.
At 9.30 we met Jeff and Jan at their boat and off we went. Unfortunately there wasn't going to be ...
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