Tuxedo Villas

Address: P.O. Box GM508, Castries, 576346, Saint Lucia | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on P.O. Box GM508, Castries, is near Gros Islet Street Party, Pigeon Island National Park, La Soufriere Drive-In Volcano, and St. Lucia Helicopters.
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      Travel Blogs from Castries

      Pushme-Pullyou

      A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Mar 13, 2014

      2 photos

      ... man was kind of talking to himself, "no, that would be too expensive" "No, that is not a good solution..." Then it occurred to me that we had passed Margit Bay on our way to Anse La Raye. Margit Bay is a very popular place and is where the original Dr. Doolittle movie was filmed. "Maybe if we could get to Margit Bay?" I suggest. Rasta man calls his son - he has some people at the shop who need a ride, please come get them. Okay, now we have a plan. We chat for a ...

      Youth would be an ideal state.....................

      A travel blog entry by kayyendole on Feb 08, 2014

      3 comments, 11 photos

      ... forest and our guide explained how scientist were still trying to find a cure for HIV from a particular fruit and getting some positive results. There was also the calabash tree bearing huge fruits that are inedible but can be used to make bowls. There were tall gum trees and chatannier trees and the strangler ficus which sends down roots to the forest floor. Ivy grew up the trees in straight lines making lovely patterns on the bark of the trees and the palm trees stood out ...

      A week into it

      A travel blog entry by ksmith630 on Jan 18, 2014

      5 photos

      ... as she still wishes to have children... But after removing 23 hefty (the biggest one the size of a grapefruit and others spathe size of small oranges) fibroids the doctors had to suture her back up and leave the remaining smaller ones as they were too difficult... The other two were happy with a hysterectomy (removal of the uterus), which meant they went quite a bit more smoothly and quickly. I was allowed to scrub in and assist in the final one, which was nice. Interesting ...

      You put the lime in the coconut

      A travel blog entry by andyryder on Sep 30, 2013

      4 photos

      ... the path below with a satisfying flop! It then seemed to shake itself off before scuttling off into the garden! Real tough *******!

      On Thursday we found out that Pablo and Sarah were coming back tomorrow and not Sunday as we thought so we decided to have a domestic day. Black Labs are adorable, but in hot climes they don't half shed some hair! Sweeping hair is never easy with a one year old Lab biting the broom as you sweep!

      Jeff was returning ...

      Day 5-The Long and Winding Roads of St. Lucia

      A travel blog entry by kevrab on Aug 29, 2013

      I had booked a tour of the island with Cosol Tours, met our guide guide Bumpy and away we went. Toured a banana plantation, had a nice breakfast consisting of all the local food i.e. Johnny cakes, guava, banana bread--good stuff. Visit a couple of fishing villages and take a boat ride to Jealousies Beach which is right between the Pitons-- two extinct volcanoes that is the distinct symbol of Saint Lucia. ...