Travel Blogs from Saint Lucia
... bricks smashed and a few rocks removed. This allowed us to discover that the top row of rocks were the small ones the lower layers were much much bigger. Our banging had attracted the attention of Andrew and Alastair back from their guiding duties and as all men know a chance to demolish something should never be passed up. So both of them took a turn on the big sledge hammer and indeed their youth and vigor worked wonders for the ten minutes each took to get tired of this ...
... to be with new guests arriving and leaving daily some make you happy when they come some when they leave. The Lodge and Guest House are about 45-60 minutes drive from the closest town, Dundee, so it is a bit like living on a remote cattle station in Australia where every thing that goes wrong from plumbing to electricity to vehicle breakdown had to be fixed by the people that live here. Just like in remote Aus there are the challenges of no mobile phone network and an internet that ...
... and brilliant people. (And holding ourselves back from buying everything we see...)
So sorry for the super large essay - we do promise to try and get better at being more regular as we get into a routine but know that we are safe, happy and well and missing you all! (Rhi is not any more tan than when she left despite the gorgeous winter(/hot) weather)
All our love,
Rhi & George
... all roadside posts are decorated with posters from all political parties promising every sort of thing. However even the newly arrived eye can see that these grand promises not being delivered on the ground, politicians are the same the world over it seems.
Arriving at Fugitives Drift was a very nice experience, Afternoon tea was laid out on the terrace with pots of steaming tea to be sipped from bone china cups and a very scrumptious butter cake covered with ...
... area at 2000 metres and then an all day hike up to 3000 metres where you were above the clouds and as they parted there were stunning views of the peaks and verdant gorges. We both came back to the camping ground very tired but decided to pass up on the chance to relieve our achingmuscles in the communal Jacuzzi in the bar area. We had a huge lot of laughs playing silly games and dancing at the bar after ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLidiko Lodge Saint Lucia
Great place and excellent staff, service!! watch out for the monkeys!!
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