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Vieux Fort – Great Southern Hospitality

Vieux Fort – Great Southern Hospitality

Story & Photos by Stan Bishop The southernmost part of Saint Lucia, Vieux Fort, has been of great importance for centuries. Vieux Fort was a major producer of sugar in the 18th and 19th centuries, and the Americans even built an airfield there – Beane Army...
Deep Down In Dennery

Deep Down In Dennery

Story & Photos by Stan Bishop Located almost split in the middle of Saint Lucia’s eastern coastline, Dennery has earned the enviable reputation of being one of the island’s most cultural, economic, captivating and fertile regions. Known formerly as Lance Canot and...
Laborie Shines Brightly!

Laborie Shines Brightly!

Story & Photos by Stan Bishop Like many other Saint Lucian villages and towns, Laborie is filled with a colourful history and a promising future. Nicknamed “The Lab” by especially those who have close ties to the community, Laborie is a beautiful blend of the...
Jon and Antonia Take On The World: Saint Lucia

Jon and Antonia Take On The World: Saint Lucia

Award Winning travel writers and broadcasters Jon Holmes and Antonia Windsor have made a funny, entertaining and informative podcast guide to all things Saint Lucia. Here, presenter and producer Jon shares how the podcast came to be made. When I was nine, my...
Choiseul, the Cradle of Craft

Choiseul, the Cradle of Craft

Story & Photos by Stan Bishop Among the many communities that make up Saint Lucia’s collective beauty and richness is Choiseul, located in the island’s southwestern region. Originally known as Anse Citron, the parish was established in 1765. In 1846, an Anglican...
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