We; my wife and I, got here July 28th just before midnight from St. Moasten. Woke up to the sound of crickets, yard bards and grass hoppers. We stayed in for that entire day; by the way we received fresh bread from Janus’s crew for breakfast.
We had a rented car early the next day which was Tuesday and drove down to Soufriere town to do some grocery shopping. We did not do much else that day.
The next day we drove to Castries but could not find a packing spot so we drove around for like 2—30 minutes and took our time back to Soufriere.
We wet to Vieux-Fort the following day, made a few stops here and there just to get familiar with the place. You see we are from St. Moasten NA and we did not really shop except for a few items that we bought (extra virgin coconut oil, cocoa sticks, nut megs & turmeric) uch are pricey back home.
We spend the next 2 days really relaxing, that’s what we came here for.
Oh yes! Friendly and courteous people at every point that we stopped. The villa is excellent, clean and very quiet and Janus is just exceptional. Leaving tomorrow at 5:00am, heading back home; hope to visit again some sweet day!
Valentine & Lycia Celestine
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