Worried about reversing all the way back on a narrow road with a steep drop off to one side - That’s how good the host was, he just appeared the one time we were in a tough spot.
Max + Rae,
Not a lot to say that other’s haven’t said already! Great hosts, friendly locals, and trust the suggestions made by everyone before us!
Best Snorkeling: Sugar Beach
Best meal so far: Martha’s Table (Closes early, fit it in after a hike, mud bath, or piton falls visit).
But we really enjoyed everything we did. Ruby’s, Fedo’s, Zaka’s, Anse Chastanet.
Fun aside, as our drive back from Anse Chastanet, we took a new route through some single lane crumbly concrete mountain roads. A quarter mile in. we ran into construction making the narrow road impassable. Worried about reversing all the way back on a narrow road with a steep drop off to one side, I got out to ask how long the construction would take (I’m truly a terrible driver). Who was overseeing construction? None other than our main-man and guardian angel Fabian, who happily offered to take over driving until we could get back to a turn around spot. That’s how good the host was, he just appeared the one time we were in a tough spot.
Enjoy your stay, - Max + Rae
We had a great time exploring St. Lucia. Enjoyed the morning bread sent by Janus. We did many of the things mentioned in this book but some things we did that we didn't notice here:
Roots in Town - Great Local food + Friendly owners.
Walking to Sugar Beach - This is very hard + long walk: Recommend a Taxi
Orlando's - We didn't have a chance to eat here but owner very friendly + good grapefruit juice. Dinner expensive ($60.00 USD) but lunch reasonable.
Ashley + Shakita
Sapphire Apartment 3 Journal
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.
Tips, and Insights about the best things to do, places to go, people/things to avoid.