Home from St. Lucia!

What a wild and crazy week it has been! I returned to Dallas early this morning, around 1230a.m. I still haven’t caught up on my sleep, but I have caught up on my laundry. I will be writing and posting about the events in St. Lucia this week, and in the interim, please enjoy these photos of a beautiful week spent above, and below, St Lucia’s surface!


The famous Pitons of St. Lucia

A lovely rainbow off of Anse Chastanet Resort's Beach

A lovely rainbow off of Anse Chastanet Resort‘s Beach. Anse Chastanet Resort has a fabulous staff, and absolutely delicious food!

My lovely view for the past week.

My ocean view for the past week.


Stunning snorkeling at Anse Chastanet!

jade mountain

Above the rooms of Anse Chastanet sits Jade Mountain Resort, where rooms start (depending on the season) at $1300.00 per night. Jade Mountain is one of the Caribbean’s most luxurious resorts.

These cool flowers are called Crab Claws! Easy to see why!

These cool flowers are called Crab Claws! Easy to see why!


Here is St Lucia’s famous Volcanic Crater, where heat and steam still bubble from the earth. These pools can boil!


The minerals and sulphur content of the volcanic mud is available for bathing…I loved it! My skin was so soft after!

Pitons in clouds

The pitons in the clouds.

15 ja brown chromis

There are plenty of fish in the sea!


A gorgeous, full rainbow after a soft rain!


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I am an avid scuba diver, underwater photographer, amateur historian; interested in all people and cultures. For me, the unexpected is usually the norm! My motto? I am an Empty Nester who likes to Renew, Revamp, and Reinvent Life!
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  1. Barbara Free says:

    St. Lucia is on my bucket list. It looks so beautiful and lush…..like being somewhere in the orient. Would love to stay at that resort you showed, but alas, I would have to win the lottery for that 🙂 I would think that the volcanic mud would of really smelled, but it sounds like it was great for the skin. Thanks for sharing, and I’m glad you had a wonderful time.

    • Tam Warner says:

      Actually, I didn’t think the sulphur smelled bad…it smelled more “burnt”. No rotten eggs. Jade Mountain looks absolutely amazing….you can rent the whole thing…for $40K a night!!!

  2. Kim Acedo says:

    BEAUTIFUL! Those Crab Claws are amazing – not just the fact that they do look like crab claws, but their color is spectacular. I’d love to try that mud bath too! Thanks for the pictures as always. Can’t wait to check out some of these places someday, however unlike you, I’m not a “water” person. I’m a terrible swimmer, so I’ll get my fill looking at your pictures 😉 Thanks, Tam!

  3. What beautiful pictures Tam! I can’t wait to see more and hear more about your time in St. Lucia! Oh by the way, you’re the only woman I know that looks so beautiful with mud smeared all over her face. Now that’s pure inner and outer beauty!


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