Bay Gardens Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Gros Islet
... the local produce and fish. The people were really friendly and I even bagged myself some free mangos from a lady at one of the stalls. Once back the hosts suggested to Rodney Bay, a touristy area just north of Castries. I wandered back into town and caught a public bus. I luckily met a friendly Scottish couple on the bus who had already been in St Lucia for a week and so let me know the best place ...
... to the USA which--although not as colorful as the Caribbean--I do have pretty much unlimited new places to discover and explore.
There is one sight a stones throw away, Pigeon Hill, a penninsula with an old for where you can get a nice panoramic view from the top. I head that direction and soon find myself in the middle of a large resort... then another.
Pigeon Hill isn't open yet--and it doesn't look that interesting for the entrance fee, so I figure I ...
I have been with Island Travel Group for less than a year, when I got this wonderful call from from my boss asking if I would go and represent our company. St. Lucia tourist board was hosting a Familiarization trip (FAM) for 10 lucky agents around the United States. The week consisted of attending the Romance Wedding Symposium at Sandals Grande - St. Lucia.
Once, I arrived into St. Lucia the airport is very small. I finally made it ...
Docked in Philipsburg at around 8am in hot and sunny conditions. We did 10 laps of the promenade deck before showering and going for breakfast. Off into town after breakfast via a water taxi at a cost of $7 return. Spent a couple of hours shopping, Pete finally bought a ...
... back on board and we weren’t even the last ones, there were still two people behind us.
Since it had been a big day, it was dinner in the buffet and for those passengers who had drunk a little too much rum punch, an early night. Thankfully tomorrow is a sea day so they will all have enough time to recover before our next port.
The Jacquot or the St. Lucia Parrot, is a bird native to only the island. It is also the national bird of St. ...