Hummingbird Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... volcano.” On the way, I passed signs for various sites, so I stopped at those.
The first was Pink Plantation, which houses a fancy-looking restaurant and Wild Orchid art. The plantation house itself was very interesting and had nice gardens. The art at Wild Orchid was so beautiful I even bought a plate. I think if I had a home, I would have bought more and asked them to ship, but I didn't and didn't have room in my luggage.
The next ...
... Murray matches.
St Lucia – 16th January 2013
Our arrival in St Lucia has been a bit of a shock with the temperatures soaring to 82O plus and the swimming pools are back in action so that has helped. We had breakfast with Margaret and John and organised to leave the ship at 10.00 am. Our aim was to go to a Fishing Village called Anse La Rave. It is a small quaint fishing village which is gradually being taken ...
... www.spencerambrose.com), which takes us across the island and down south to the west coast where there is a volcanic area with boiling mud and steam and SO2 vents, and two volcanic plugs called the Pitons, but locally referred to as the boobs. Then to Jalousie Beach, and back to the ship by boat. Not cheap at US$88 per person, but hopefully worth it. We are going with a group of people from the “Cruise Critic” site.
Our breakfast photos show ...
... except the ocean side of course.
Ended up at a bar on the harbour called Petit Peak. Being in a prime position to watch the sunset drinks are twice as expensive. Chatted to a local guy called Sylvester and got a recommendation for dinner – Skippers, which apparently is just down from Archie’s.
Had dinner at Skipper’s – deep fried chicken wings with dipping sauce for 15CD. Not bad – tasted like Kentucky Fried. Spoke to an ...
... for centuries over ownership of the West Indies Islands. Among St. Lucia’s gems is The Pitons, majestic landmark twin peaks located in the south of the island. The smaller one is called Petit Piton (1,900 feet) and the larger half-mile-high mountain is known as Gros Piton.
With all of these mountains, there had to be some kind of zip lining going on in St. Lucia. Zip lining is one of those things that’s on my bucket list. You know, that list of things you must ...