Hummingbird Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... rainbow of colors including 'sexy pink'. Also, I suspect that waterfalls, mud baths and sulphur pools are uncommon features of botanical gardens.
Our next stop is the crater of the the ancient volcano Soufriere, or 'sulphur in the air', from which the town takes its name. While no longer a threat, the volcano last erupted in 1766, the fountains of steam are continuous and the volcano is still studied ...
... a life jacket, the wind has dropped down to between 17 -23 knots, and speed is 7-8 knots, 9-10 at times, we've stopped reefing the sails at night so we can ensure we get to St.Lucia in time for all the parties! The wind is still sitting at around 25 at night, and there have been a couple of big nights with heavy seas, during on of our reefing sessions
Flying fish are a regular feature in our day, in the mornings we throw at least 7-8 into the water, usually found ...
... go back. Try to walk a different path back to the ship, but find it easier to go back through the fort again. Get back to the port and run into Julie, who takes our photo against the “Welcome to Curacao” sign.
Back on board just before the 4.30pm deadline.
At night go to Celebrity Showtime at 7pm. The artist is Greg Bonham, a singer, reputedly from Australia, but via about 30 years in Las Vegas. He is a nightclub singer, poor ...
... is famous for where the movie Dr Doolittle's was filmed and Oprah Winfrey has a holiday home here, and we were moored right underneath it!
We carried on down the coast and arrived at Sofrieres where the two "Pitons" rise majestically out of the sea and must be one of the most photographed places in the world. Stunning volcanic scenery with steaming mud pools, lush tropical vegetation and really annoying ...
... kilometres, the trip to Soufriere takes over an hour as the road twists and turns a lot.
I didn't have the exact fare and my driver didn’t have any change so my first stop in St Lucia was the bank, which luckily is right across the road from the Downtown Hotel where I’m staying. I changed US$100 for smaller denominations, paid the driver and checked in. The Downtown Hotel is rated 2 ½ stars, and it is; no lift (which means walking up four flights of stairs ...