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St. Lucia - what a gem of a Caribbean Island.
From the first glimpse from our cruise ship window she had us in love with her beauty. Ports for cruise ships are generally the ugly side of town, but Castries was the exception being a pretty little inlet with sail boat moorings in our view and surrounding lush tropical hillsides with colourful houses poking out of the slopes. St Lucia is famous and has a UNESCO World Heritage listing for its ...
... with the help of a 3-score on European countries which drive on the left, we win, much to the consternation of the Brits, and score a Celebrity T-shirt each.
Stay for a few dances with the Party Band Carousel playing Beatles songs, then to bed.
Cruise Day 9 Sunday 15th April Castries, St Lucia
St Lucia obtained independence from Britain in 1979, however it remains a Commonwealth country. Sugar was the staple crop until the ...
... Bay at 11am with plenty of boat guys appearing to help with our lines.We anchored close in, then put out a stern line to the shore,managingto fight off a number of boat guys who were vying for our business.They seem to appear from nowhere, often when we were still quite far out to sea! These characters tend to be young Rastafarians with dreadlocks and spliffs, sporting Bob Marley T- shirts ,turning up in boats with names like "Hot Love"
We spent ...
... islands, though - the archetypical outsider’s view of the Caribbean as a fantasyland holiday destination with high end resorts and restaurants, along with a small taste of how the locals live day to day – because they are quintessentially part of the same experience, each as relevant as the other in order to fully appreciate both these wonderful countries.
But for all that, it’s captivating and embracing, more grounded in reality than the ...
... cats sat outside the cafe. On the way back we popped into a little place and booked a days diving, our last one of the trip. A few days later they picked us up and we went down to the Pitons and dived at the bottom of them. Had been so long since we dived it was nice to get in the water again. Enjoyed a couple of chilled out dives and was so pleased when i saw a turtel. I will never get bored of them. We spent the rest of our time ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services