St. Lucia Wrap-up – March 31, 2017

Before I showcase my final photos on this wonderful island cruise stop, I want to review my previous posts from this week on St. Lucia. So, you can follow any of these links after each featured image:

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Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – March 24, 2017


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Caribbean Cruise – 2nd Stop – St Lucia


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Sunday Trees – 280


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Monday Window – March 27, 2017 Windows of St. Lucia


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Wordless Wednesday – March 29, 2017


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Tuesdays of Texture | Week 13 of 2017


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Thursday Doors – March 30, 2017


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Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Letters I or J – St Lucia


I want to finish out my travelogue with some pictures taken after our departure from port, when the ms Koningsdam traveled just outside of Soufriere Bay for some fabulous views of the bay and The Pitons. You can follow The Pitons link for more information about these volcanic plugs.

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Look for the silhouette of a bird.

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From the shadows, you can see we are very close to sunset.

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Goodbye for today, St. Lucia. We will return.

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Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: March 26, 2017

I have been posting about St. Lucia this week so I thought I would continue in that vein with my weekly COB challenge. Today we have an image from the first stop on our extended nature tour on the island. This pit stop was unusual in that there was a charge to use the facilities (not ‘No Facilities‘ like Dan Anton’s blog, but Chargeable Facilities)

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If you expand the picture, you will see the sign on the entry ‘WASHROOMS – $2.00 US per person’. Also, notice the two water tanks on the top of the building. As you go down the path alongside the building showing on the left hand side of this picture, you find an open window with a man collecting for use of the facilities.

In my extensive experience in the Caribbean, this is certainly an Oddball occurrence.