Hummingbird Beach Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... I have tasted-and I'm tough. When we get back to the ship, the crew puts out a swimming pavilion so that we can take a dip in the Caribbean. The water is warm, boyant and 15 meters deep. Wow! Dinner is a barbecue on deck followed by a singalong-sea chanties with the crew. (The service on the SC II is superb, and the passengers feel all warm and fuzzy about the staff.) It is a nice way to almost-end our ...
... each of the stairs on each level and the number of bags decreased every time you walked passed them! We were fine and carried on as usual not missing any meals etc.
The shows have been very good so far with a magician, a comedian and singer. A Cellist and Pianist were also giving three recitals, were excellent. Another plus, they are showing the Australian Open, the downside of which is it is in the middle of the night. Will definitely keep up ...
... century when the market price plummeted. By 1965 bananas became the predominant export. This market was destroyed in 1997 when they no longer got preferential treatment from Europe, so the government has been encouraging tourism since, and there is a lot of development underway.
The island seems to have a fair bit to see, but not very good public transport, so we have pre-booked a "Spencer's Land and Sea Adventure “ with Spencer Ambrose ...
... driver for me for tomorrow morning for 60EC to visit some of the local tourist sites. I said I’d be there by 9am which should be early enough to beat the influx of cruise ship tourists.
Went to the grocery store across the road and bought a bottle of Chairman’s Reserve ("Finest St Lucia Rum") and some Seagram’s Ginger Ale and am now sitting at the desk in my room under the air conditioning unit sipping Dark & Stormy’s while I update my journal ...
... skinny one way streets with no signs. An old guy directed us, which basically meant he ran in front of the car with us following to show us the way, and so we gave him a few quid before we went off to the volcano. I was a little disappointed as all the adverts say it’s the world’s only drive in volcano but it isn’t. You pay outside and park and then walk to the sulphur park. Our guide gave us ...