St. Lucia tourism ramping up
Things are looking up on St. Lucia since Hurricane Tomas swept across the island on Oct.Read more
#1 Nov 12, 2010
I DO HOPE THE THE OFFICIALS IN ST.LUCIA ARE NOT PUSHING TOO HARD TO HAVE TOURISTS RETURN TO THE ISLAND BEFORE THE INFRASTRUCTURE IS READY TO RECEIVE THEM.WITH THE CURRENT PROBLEMS WITH THE WATER SUPPLY AND WITH THE SERIOUS DAMAGE DONE TO ROADS AND BRIDGES, IT MAY BE PRUDENT TO BE A BIT MOORE PATIENT IN GETTING THE ISLAND BACK IN SHAPE ESPECIALLY WITH RECOVERY EFFORTS STILL GOING ON IN THE PRIME TOURIST AREA OF SOUFRIERE.IT COULD BACKFIRE ON THE ISLAND'S IMAGE IF VISITORS WERE TO START COMPLAINING ABOUT BEING LURED BACK INTO DIFFICULT SITUATIONS.
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