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... much he would charge to take us - $20. We clarify that that is $20 US and that's for the cab, not per person. Yes and yes, so we climb in.
Holy mackerel! St. Lucia is twisty and hilly! Turns out that our driver, Quincy, is from Anse-La Raye and that it is a nice fishing village. He stops along the way to run into the market and buy some Windex and off we continue. We get to Anse-La Raye in about 45 minutes, and arrange for Quincy to come back in 3 hours (at 2 pm) ...
Firstly, I'm really sorry for all of the heinous spelling mistakes that riddle my entries. I'm typing these from my iPad and obviously haven't been spending much time proof reading the entries before I put them up. Hopefully things make enough sense with all the errors. So we have survived our first week in St Lucia. Definitely feeling more comfortable navigating my way around Castries and the surrounding towns that we frequent after the hospital. The bus system has started to ...
... and I decided to adventure home around 1.30. Eventually got there after sitting through arguments over bus fees and knifes being pulled... Never a dull moment in st Lucia. Unfortunately didn't get any photos though as I felt it safer to leave the phone at home! I'll try and remember to bring it next Friday... After a relaxing morning this morning, we had a nice walk down the hill to the Saturday fruit, fish, and veg markets on the main road of Castries. So ...
... of photos of them all played to Jim Reeves "This world is not my home".
The coral being slowly killed off unfortunately, they seem to have developed type of rock snot (which is killing the rivers in New Zealand). Scientists are blaming global warming, probably correctly, but it sure ain't helped by large Americans climbing all over it! Least she got stung by a sea Urchin!
Coming back we popped into the really nice supermarket for some more ...
... so it was pretty much
the perfect day.
Took the dogs out with another tactic……. Two balls! We sent Tizzie on her way with a ball then threw one for Lucky. Worked very well for a while until Tizzie sussed it out and just left her ball to go and get Lucky’s.
Tizzie, is a trooper when it comes to ball recovery. She can pretty much track it down
wherever it goes. She can even ...