Day 1- We finally made it to the Beautiful St Lucia Villa around 6pm. We stopped on the way to pick-up some groceries and cooked dinner.
Day 2- Sugar Beach was our first stop. U.S $50.00 per chair. It was a very beautiful and relaxing beach. It is not a bad drive from the villa, we also made it into town to ZAKA’s coffee shop. It’s delicious, their smoothies are a must try! For dinner, we tried Ruby’s. Apparently, their stove was broken so they were not able to make pizza. We ended up having Mahi-mahi and a burger. The fish was great and not to badly priced..
Day 3- We stopped at Zaka’s coffee store once more. I love the atmosphere. After stopping for our morning coffee, we headed to Jade Mountain. Only US$33 to rent chairs. The road to Anse Chastanet is a bit frightening but well worth the drive. We ate at the restaurant by the beach and had a few drinks. And there was a beautiful rainbow after a light shower.
Day 4 – We went on a snorkeling adventure through Mystic Man. Bradley was a great tour guide. It was a private tour which made it even better. We ended up taking a lil nap and chilled for the rest of the day.
Day 5- We woke up early to go fishing. My wife and I made breakfast, ate and took a Dramamine about 1 hour before we pushed off for good measures. Despite our efforts, my wife got sea sick. She and both spent a lot of our lives on the water, but her more so on smooth lakes while I spend a lot on the ocean. She was a trooper though, encouraging us to keep trolling despite her sea sickness. We came back into port earlier. Even so, we fished for close to four hours and caught nothing. A mix of rain and fog reduced visibility to a few thousand meters, making it difficult to spot birds for fishing spots. Regardless of our poor fortune, Bradley and the rest of the crew from Mystic Man Tours was phenomenal. We came back to villa Serrana, had a snooze then went to Ruby’s again for dinner. Kenny our waiter that night and also fist night, we went to ruby’s was fantastic. The man has had the job for three weeks. He is 18, this is his first job and one day wants to earn his B.S in computer Science/ Engineering. We got home after 10 and watched some Netflix before bed.
Day 6- Our last full day! My Husband and I decided to take it easy. We woke up early went into town to Zaka’s We spend most of our day by the pool. Janus has been an amazing host. It was great getting to know some of the locals. We had an amazing Honeymoon
Bryan & Julia
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