Sadly we have to head home after this wonderful week and we both wished we had booked this amazing villa for a few more days
We arrived at Saba- an amazing villa Saturday late afternoon after our driver stopped at a market so we could get some staples, rum and pitons!
Day 2- Sunday, we hang out at the villa taking in the beautiful view of this amazing island.
Day 3- we met Jamal who took us to the rum distillery for a tour. We never knew so much work went into making rum. All along the way Jamal told us about each village, banana trees etc. Jamal ran out to get creole chicken for us for lunch which we enjoyed at the villa. We had dinner at Pitit Peak.
Day 4- Jamal took us to Sulphur springs at the base of the volcano. We floated in the pool, covered ourselves with white sulphur then Jamal decorated us up. Then we went to The Botanical gardens which was absolutely beautiful.
Day 5- Jamal took us to Anse Chastanet beach and from there we walked down to Anse Mamin and swam for a while then back into down and got Pizza for lunch
Day 6- we spent the day at the villa relaxing
Day 7- Jamal set up a boat tour with Feel good tours. Captain crème and first mate Al were wonderful.
They took us Sugar Beach then head to Marigot Bay. At marigot bay we walked around one side, then they picked us up and took us to the other side where we went swimming. During the boat ride, al was explaining the history of the villages along the way.
On the trip back to Soufriere we stopped to snorkel and b am I glad we did, we also saw all the bats in the bat cave. We got pizza again from a place right near the marina again cause it was so good.
We highly recommend taking a boat tour with feel good tours and seeing the view of St. Lucia from the water.
Now we are swimming at the villa enjoying all the beauty this amazing island and the town of Soufriere has to offer.
Day 8 – Sadly we have to head home after this wonderful week and we both wished we had booked this amazing villa for a few more days. So, it is home to our lovable dog Beisteo and visits with our grand kids!
Steve & Devlee
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WEATHER IN SAINT LUCIA
While most places in the world have four well-defined seasons, its proximity to the equator means that this is not really the case for the island of St. Lucia.