St Lucia - A mountainous island of some 240 square miles, relatively unspoiled, mountains, valleys, banana plantations, a bubbling volcano, wild orchids and fishing villages. Located midway between French Martinique and British St. Vincent.
I needed to unwind so I chose all the comforts, peace and quiet and stayed at 'Le Sport' which is the place to enjoy fresh seafood, sip tropical cocktails to the exotic calypso beat, relax indulge yourself and rejuvenate your body with the body care programme included in the package. Another good choice would have been Windjammer Landing built on a hillside with spectacular sceneries.
Fondest memory: Losing touch with reality. The sound of the steel band, music and the warm trade winds caressing my face.
Favorite thing: In addition to the wide variety of opportunities to hike, birdwatch, and tour St. Lucia's outstanding natural attractions, the island is replete with a full range of recreational facilities. Visitors may enjoy the leisurely pleasures of touring the island by horse, chartering a yacht for an evening sail or day cruise, or relax with a round of golf amid St. Lucia's entrancing natural beauty. For those who enjoy the thrill of more vigorous pursuits, there are plenty of places to windsurf, dive, water-ski, or play tennis or squash. There are also a number of activities more closely related to the traditional life of St. Lucia, including deep-sea fishing, weekly 'jump-ups' at Gros Islet, and visits to the weekly market at Castries.
Favorite thing: I got a lot of pictures of local foliage and a bird when I went on the rainforest tram. I saw more birds here than I did on my previous tram ride on another island
Favorite thing: this was a lizrad the first of many towel animals I'll take a photo of the directions how to fold towels in animal shapes
Favorite thing: This is Alexander the Great (or so he called himself!). He was our tour guide at the Diamond Falls and was very helpful, friendly and fun! Couldn't ask for anything more.
Favorite thing: This is looking down on Marigot Bay from the street above. It is a small fishing village (as most coastal villages in St. Lucia are).
Favorite thing: When travelling you never know what you will see. To some people the sight might be a common sight. To others it may represent something they feel, such as the simple laid back life some may lead.
Favorite thing: In addition to seeing the Pitons, the National Rainforest stretches from one end of the island to the other.
Favorite thing: I am not really a fan of the Caribbean Islands. This is a picture of Bridge Street, the shopping area.
Used to be called Sandals Regency - I've stayed here twice. Grounds are well-kept, rooms are clean...more
100 Anse Chastanet Rd, PO Box 7000, Soufriere, Caribbean
Good for: Solo
Rodney Bay Lot B, Gros Islet, 9999, LC
Good for: Couples