Kirk - Answered a Question by millar (08 Jan 08 23:42)

Rodney Bay is classed as one of the best areas of the whole island.

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Ida and Neil Down - Answered a Question by millar (09 Jan 08 16:01)

I’m not sure what she would like but you might consider horse-riding, Trim's Riding Stables offer a variety of treks including a carriage tour to Pigeon Point and Fort Rodney. Whale and turtle watching are possibilities here too. She might fancy a spa treatment, the island has many spas in various hotels there. Or there are some really wonderful gardens to wander through and admire. If you are into golf there are some great courses there at reasonable prices Or just take a taxi to one of the up-market hotels there and have a swim followed a drink or two in the opulent surroundings, You’ll probably find a lot more on the St. Lucia Tourist sites on the net….hope this helps….Nei.

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milar - Answered a Question by millar (13 Jan 08 15:32)

Thanks Neil & Kir.

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Lacey - Answered a Question by millar (16 Jan 08 09:04)

Our best experience during a recent caribbean cruise was to take the giant cataraman round the coast to the Pitons and the (un)aptly named "drive through volcano" - it stinks of sulphur!! On board the catamaran they served non-stop rum punch (in two strengths) a hot buffet lunch, and played restrained but catchy music. It was fantastic!!!!!

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