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A brief drive from Castries, St. Lucia’s capital, takes you into Anse La Raye, which is located on the island’s West Coast. The hustle and bustle of the town give way to endless expanses of rich vegetation and meandering roads that lead to the inner part of one of the island’s rural villages. Anse La Raye village, which is also known as Bay of Rays, is named after the rays found in the village’s bay. The village is generally known for its Fish Fry held every Friday on Front

* This article originally featured on the Inner Senses website - click here to read the original article * In the sunny blue sky, Superman flew against the backdrop of a single mountain emerging majestically from the sea, only to land by a waterfall in lush tropical gardens. There he plucked two orange Heliconia from the ground - the Bird of Paradise flower - synonymous with tropical landscapes. This scene from the film Superman II was shot on location at the Diamond Botanical Gardens, St Lucia, with cinematography typical of

Barefoot Holidays, located at Greenwood Terrace Garden, boast the ‘Flavors of St. Lucia’ experience. A visit to St. Lucia can be enhanced by exploring the island’s creole cuisine through a specially designed cooking experience. Learn how over the years, St. Lucians combined and blended a fascinating number of herbs, vegetables and fruits into an array of cooked foods that must be tasted to be believed! Join in the preparation of the various local dishes. Try your hand (if you wish) under the guidance of our expert island

Barefoot Holidays, located at Greenwood Terrace Garden, offers an authentic St. Lucian experience blending the past and present. Come, See, Taste and Smell the Essence of St. Lucia! At Greenwood Terrace, stroll through the pristine gardens. Here you will learn about a multitude of tropical fruits, trees and flowering plants; all conveyed by your knowledgeable guide. See a ‘Traditional Medicinal Herb Garden’ and learn how our forefathers used these herbs for healing and maintaining good health. Travel back in time as you view the

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