If you’re reading this you likely have already received a welcome hug from him and a tour of the apartment
Thanks Janus for the tip on the Soufriere Area- If you’re reading this you likely have already received a welcome hug from him and a tour of the apartment.
Some tips, things we learned and did during our stay.
-The road to the apt is rough but it is part of the adventure. We wrote down backwards directions in our phone with landmark, and these were our guidelines on every trip: Yellow House, Fedo’s and Ruby’s
Downtown Soufriere: definitely a local spot but there’s a good supermarket for essentials and its worth a drive through
Anse Chastanet: We drove to the beach here- crazy roads but basically a private beach once you’re there. Bring a big sheet to sit on. Burgers, sandwiches, beers=usd 50+… but decent
Botanical Gardens: Nice walk through on an off- beach day, but not spectacular.
Sugar Beach: AMAZING BEACH!!! Free spots to the right, but get there early, it’s a luxury resort + prices reflect that but you’ll be glad you made the trip.
Martha’s Tables: Cute local restaurant near Sugar Beach. Good Food + cheap for lunch. * Directions- connect to wifi here, find the directions and just follow the map. It will work without cellular.
Piton Warm Mineral Falls + Mud bath: Not a touristy spot but on the road near Sugar beach/Martha’s Tables and Nelson there showed us a good time. Lots of locals and out of the ordinary but it was cool.
Thanks to Janus for the Blackberry + taking our questions.
HOPE YOU ENJOY YOUR STAY!!
Jamie & Tamir
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.