- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... most sun beds were taken but there were some available but, with the sun shining on the starboard side we had already planned to sunbathe on our balcony. Had a brief venture up to the Observation deck for half an hour, lovely to stand their in the sunshine and wind watching the birds fishing in front of the ship. Returned to our balcony, but ...
Soufriere, St Lucia reminded me a bit of Port Moresby, except no rascals. Lots of hills and mountains covered with greenery and houses on the side of the hills. The "town” was quite small with mostly older builders. Soufriere Bay was fairly spectacular.
We got off and walked into "town”, about 15 minutes around the bay . It wasn't far, but it was hot. Had a bit of ...
... beach. Started raining pretty soon after though so we decided to head to this shack near us at the end of the beach for some cover and an afternoon rum punch. Ended up staying for 4 hours and having Cajun prawns there for dinner. Chatted the evening away with some local guys who invited us camping this weekend. Bonfires, beers, local music... Shame we'll be in Martinique! Though they were kind enough to give us a lift home. We're ...
... and sights. People everywhere should adapt the Saint Lucian way of life, everyone is a friend you just haven’t made yet, we are all brothers of one love, every day is met with an enthusiastic YES, and life should be lived each day spreading bless’ed love. The world is large and full of places to explore but I can easily say we would return to Saint Lucia for another magical stay any chance we get.
Love from the Blue
Captain Steve & Chef Clair
... that played 60s tunes. The food was average and the service was Caribbean-speed, but it satisfied my hunger.
I started "being a tourist" at the north end of the island, where there are all sorts of signs directing you to "The Cap." I thought it would be a tourist attraction with all the signs, but it turns out to be a rich-people gated community. The gate guard let me in, showed me where to take ...