A flight with BA got us to Calabash Cove via Castries where on the outskirts a number of
Cattle Egrets obliged.
We watched the sunset before our evening meal and retiring.
ginger tea. A speed boat takes fisherman across the bay as a shower of rain ensues.
More rain Wales,England and now St Lucia a global affair,the rain disappeared as quick as it
arrived thank God for that.
A female Antillean bullfinch lands on our balcony.
It's still quiet cockerels call and cutlery rattles as the restaurant prepares breakfast.Left over
rain peppers the vegetation,at sea a pair of Royal terns fish.
Off to breakfast but not before a superb male Antillean Bullfinch comes to the balcony.
On the 4th an American Kestrel obliged in what looked like a eucalyptus tree
I got the camera and went for it.
terns scorched white against an azure sea.
The gastronomic delights of Calabash Cove is the highlight of our stay and the wonderfull
next thing paramedics are whisking us off to a clinic for an x ray.
The manageress Unita Felicien and staff were fautless over her on our last days.
grounds I met the gardner he said have you met Peter I said no ,so following the
gardner I was introduced to Peter . In the tree along the path there perched was Peter
the Purple Throated Carib.
bucket list ride. A lovely holiday just an unfortunate accident marred it a little.