It started with an early morning flight from Baltimore > Atlanta > St. Lucia. Thankfully there was time for airport yoga.
The dress presented challenges as a carry-on: it was large and heavy.
Thankfully the flight attendants were nice enough to hang it in their personal storage closets during the flight.
The weather was less than favorable upon arrival (dark, grey and rainy). That being said not only did it create the most wonderful rainbow right outside the plane, but precipitation let up just in time for a beautiful sunset.
Z and his groomsmen were staying in downtown Soufriere for the week while me and my family were up at the villa. Since our rental didn’t start until the next day we crashed at the hotel for the night.
It was then that Jenna’s quest began: see how many native animals she could befriend during the trip.
Yes, that even included a full grown bull tied up on the side of the road. The locals driving by glanced quizzically.
The priority of the day though was to meet with the lawyer who was handling all the necessary paperwork to make this thing official. She had us sign forms essentially saying that yes, we are who we say we are. Once signed she was taking care of driving our passports and documents up to the capital city of Castries.
Once lawyered it was time to head up to the villa, Le Gallerie. Additional family and friends were set to arrive that afternoon so I was quite anxious to get there, get unpacked and get settled.
Next up: I present to you a tour of Le Gallerie villa!
I want to know…
What is the longest layover you’ve ever had for a flight? How did you pass the time?
What is your go-to breakfast while traveling?