Calabash Cove Resort And Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Docked in Philipsburg at around 8am in hot and sunny conditions. We did 10 laps of the promenade deck before showering and going for breakfast. Off into town after breakfast via a water taxi at a cost of $7 return. Spent a couple of hours shopping, Pete finally bought a ...
... for people to make a living selling them, but doing it off the back of the boat, where you can’t walk away isn’t pleasant.
As we were getting ready to leave, I noticed some fishermen pulling in some nets that they had placed just outside the marine park zone. Not sure if they actually caught anything, who knows our snorkelling may have flush some fish into their nets.
The ride back to the mother ship was interesting. Since the snorkelling part ...
... bracelets made from coconut shells.
Welcome to St. Lucia, another Caribbean
Island! Where the souvenirs are much the same, and prices are the
same, and there was a slow motion ambiance!
As the action in the port begins to
heat up, things are slowly kicking up at the scruffy shops in the
market. I walked a few more steps inside, and I saw some of my
fellow passengers from the ship, buying several cotton sun dresses.
... 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 ...
... the Japanese and expanded so its quaintness will soon be lost. At the port we negotiated a good price to take us to various parts of the island and to the fishing village. Ten of us got on board a mini bus TAXI2 and we were off. We went to various vantage points and after getting in and out of the bus to take the obligatory photos we found we were on our way back to the port of Castille. The Fishing Village had passed us by.
The driver, ...