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Meet Tourism Information Officer- Sandy Serville

Meet Tourism Information Officer- Sandy Serville

Meet Sandy Serville, Tourism Information Officer at the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority based at the Hewanorra International Airport. The Young professional hails from the south of the island and has been employed within the industry from 2013, starting with the St....
Gros Islet – Right Up There!

Gros Islet – Right Up There!

Story & Photos by Stan Bishop On the northern tip of Saint Lucia, you will find Gros Islet, which includes many communities, and is one of Saint Lucia’s most populous constituencies. Despite fishing still being the mainstay for many of its residents, Gros Islet...
Meet Tourism Information Officer- Kenya James

Meet Tourism Information Officer- Kenya James

Meet Kenya James, Tourism Information Officer at the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority, based at the Hewanorra International Airport. A recent graduate with honors from the University of the West Indies with a Bachelor of Science degree in Tourism and Hospitality...
Soufriere Brings The Heat

Soufriere Brings The Heat

Story & Photos by Stan Bishop The west coast town of Soufriere is famous to movie buffs as being the location for most of the filming of the 1985 movie, Water, based on a fictional colony called Cascara, and starring acclaimed British actor, Michael Caine. But...
Castries, The City That Rose From The Ashes

Castries, The City That Rose From The Ashes

Story & Photos by Stan Bishop Castries is the capital city of Saint Lucia. Formerly referred to as Carenage, the area was renamed Castries in 1785, after Charles Eugène Gabriel de La Croix, Marquis de Castries (1727-1801), the French Minister of the Navy and...
Go West: Anse La Raye and Canaries Await You!

Go West: Anse La Raye and Canaries Await You!

By Stan Bishop A 25-minute drive from Saint Lucia’s capital city, Castries, lands you right into Anse La Raye, located on the island’s west coast. Here, the hustle and bustle of the city give way to never-ending expanses of undulating vegetation and snaking roads that...
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