Marquis Estate
Marquis Estate
3.5
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This old sugar estate includes a sugar factory and banana fields.
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lucianbird
St. lucia1 contribution
4.0 of 5 bubbles
It is indeed such a tradegy that a historically rich and beautiful island as St. Lucia is selling out all that makes it such an attractive destination. Tha Marquis Estate is one of the most unique historical and archeological sites on the island which offers visitors a glimpse into St.Lucia's past yet it, like so many spots on the island, had been sold out for resort development. How does this island market beauty and culture yet destroy that same natural beauty and cultural fabric to cater to the visitors which are enticed by the ads in the first place. Such a tragedy!
Written 20 January 2010
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MiouMiou
West Long Branch, NJ1,073 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2011 • Couples
Next time you bite into a banana, consider that it took 100 days for that fruit to develop. We got to see just how bananas are gown, and how easy it is for them to not grow, or rot because the weather is wrong, or be stolen by the monkeys that pretty much live off of them and love them. Basically, once the plant is started it has to be put into a plastic bag to preserve the fruit. Who knew? When you consider how difficult it is to grow, you really appreciate that you are getting a real bargain when you buy a bunch of bananas (currently 59 cents a pound where I love). I certainly appreciate them in a whole new way now.
Written 27 November 2011
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Phillip H
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3.0 of 5 bubbles
Very well done tour followed by a yummy buffet lunch zip lining had great reveiws also. Part of Mango Tango land and sea adventure from Rodney Bay
Written 17 October 2014
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