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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we went them to the second viewpoint on the other side of grand piton! it was here that we met the swedes that we had first seen in deshaires. Chatting to them we learned that they were traveling the Caribbean and had wanted to sail. Another kiwi captain was looking for crew and so they met up in Dominica. They had followed on our shirt tails and completed the climb for free. It was on the way down which was possibly ********* the knees ...
... one well... Luckily for us, we had all day to spend and cruise about at a luxurious pace where all the cruisers were rushing around on a deadline. We were swamped at the volcanic crater and sulphur springs but they moseyed along while we were caking ourselves with mud to make ourselves look 10 years younger. Always wanted to look 13 again... Smelled a bit funky, but was a pretty cool place to visit! And our skin definitely came out ...
We arrive in St. Lucia at 8:00 am. We have no plans for the day although we hear Soufriere is a "must see". The problem is that it's quite a drive and therefore an expensive taxi ride. We find a taxi to take us around Castries, the capital city, and we negotiate a price to take us to Soufriere and back. We are proud of our negotiating skills as the price is half as much as we are told it ...
... little exuberant. I think the English couples would have looked askance at him if they'd heard what he was shouting. He had a ball and I enjoyed it too of course. It's pretty cool. I felt a bit like we were special VIPs or something. When we arrived at the cottage we paid for the flight and then took a cab to the hotel. Our driver was Cletus Alexander. We called him later in the week but again, more on that ...
... there was a museum, but I think it was closed when I was there.
Next, I headed to Rodney Bay Marina, which was (as expected) full of boats. There are a few cute little restaurants overlooking the water or the pier area, and so I had lunch at Cafe Ole, which is one of them. The juice had good flavor, but could have been less gritty and the sandwich I got there really hit the spot.