Alize Inn

Address: Mongiraud, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia | Inn
 
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    Travel Blogs from Gros Islet

    1972 The Exclusive Resorts

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 17, 2015

    24 photos

    ... much a full day to kill and, well, not a whole lot more to discover. I guess I've got to admit, I'm really glad I don't live on one of these islands. To be stuck indefinitely on an island with the feeling that there's not a whole lot more to discover would be pretty frustrating. Of course, you could immerse yourself into the culture in a deeper way--but for someone like me who visits on average 250 new towns every year, this would be torture. I'm actually glad that I'm ...

    1964 Race to the Tip

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 12, 2015

    11 photos

    ... up soon. I figure this day won't be complete without a swim in the ocean... so I find another secluded beach and dive in for my ritual swim. Next I finally find a place where I can follow the tree lined coast to the cheerful town of Laborie, where I order a delicious lunch and to visit the church up on the hillside. I smile at a poster on the notice board of an "All Night Valentines Dance"... advertised at church? Is this something the church endorses? It reminds me ...

    Curaçao

    A travel blog entry by chambep on Dec 15, 2014

    Hot and sunny once more as we docked at the port of Willemstad on the Dutch Attillean Island of Curaçao. After breakfast in the Waterside we disembarked and walked down into the small town. Very pretty town with its pastel coloured building, it's river and the Queen Emma pontoon bridge. Had a look around the town for an hour, mainly looking to buy sun cream. It the ...

    Rastafari!

    A travel blog entry by ebzh on May 27, 2014

    23 photos

    ... view from below and we left. A bit less sporty, we took a boat ride to go on a private beach of a posh many stars hotel, nice indeed. Some people did stare, we didn't really fit there I think. Whatever!

    Damien had already a flight ticket to Guadeloupe to visit some friends living there. My plan was to go to Dominica. Unfortunately, this won't be jumping on a sailing boat as the many visits to the main marina ...

    Local adventures

    A travel blog entry by ksmith630 on Jan 24, 2014

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    ... Definitely didn't disappoint! Got to try some real local food - goat water ( stewed goat in a veggie broth) and some blood sausage. Both were surprisingly delicious! Enjoyed a local band and some beers after before finally heading home. More than happy to pay our driver extra for his 12 hour day. Hospital wise it has been a pretty interesting week as well. I have been working In the emergency department this week, where both emergency as well ...