Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa

Address: PO Box 246, Beanfield, Vieux Fort, Saint Lucia | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on PO Box 246, Beanfield, Vieux Fort, is near Sulphur Springs, Diamond Botanical Gardens, Diamond Waterfalls, and Atlantic Shores Riding Stables.
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      On our way home

      A travel blog entry by bignige on Mar 30, 2014

      We've got two more days at sea before we arrive at Fort Lauderdale. It feels like we are on our way home now - boo. Top Gun is being shown again on the open air screen by the pool. Like it or not the sound is on full blast so you've got few options if you do not want to watch it. I decided to sleep instead and had the weirdest dream about two ambitious Sisters of Mercy. They were great rivals as both wanted to become the Mother Superior in ...

      Touch land, get back on ship...

      A travel blog entry by jamsheedmaster on Mar 30, 2012

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      Tomorrow and Sunday, we stop at Dominica then St Thomas. The weather’s not looking too hopeful so I don’t know about going to see the waterfalls again.

      In the afternoons after stopping at Castries, St Lucia, we do some "scenic cruising", taking us past the Petons, a series of very pointy mountains. The gym on the ship is right at the front, above the bridge so makes for a great spot for photos and a nice excuse for a breather between reps.


      A travel blog entry by kathandsheila on Feb 07, 2012

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      It was a slightly cloudy day but we enjoyed our sight- seeing trip, expensive at $55 per person and felt we had got a tiny bit of St Lucia’s ambience.

      Back on board it was time for a quick lunch, and then, onto the front helipad of the ship by special orders from the captain, to watch the ship sail out of the harbour.

      Day 88-89: Bye Bye Becca

      A travel blog entry by mbust02 on Feb 21, 2011

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      ... being heckled by these "boat boys" who would motor alongside us on our sail to Soufriere. They insisted on helping us pick up a mooring which by now for us is about as simple as tying your shoelaces. After being handed the rope to tie off to we sarcastically thanked them for all their help, but it didn't end there. Now they demanded to be tipped for all their hard work and gas they wasted helping us out. ...

      Diabetes, diabetes, diabetes!

      A travel blog entry by reza_r on Sep 10, 2010

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      Medicine in the caribbean has been very eventful in this first week. From uncontrolld 30 year old diabetic arteriopaths needing amputations to insulin induced comas (a good will act on the part of a caring spouse gone wrong as we later found out!) we've been fortunate to see some pretty interesting stuff. 

      To my suprise; diabestes and alcoho related disease dominates the male and female medical wards. Countless tales of poor compliance and of young and old enjoying ...