Channel your inner marine biologist at Saint Lucia’s remote yet premium environmentally sensitive Anse Chastanet resort – home of their internationally famous coral reef with feeding and spawning events so vivid that Jacque Cousteau would be envious.
Standing quietly in the center of the empty second floor Brown Club, I felt nothing. This should have been quite acceptable, but since my husband and I were on a mission to meet a resident ghost, it was disappointing, to say the least. Even the frigid breeze turned out to be nothing more than a sign the air conditioning system was in tip-top shape.
“There’s a problem with the bed,” I told Littleton Lodge House Manager, Terry Linden-Fermor, as he greeted us at breakfast. His concerned response made me feel like a naughty child, so I hurriedly continued, “it was so comfortable, I had a terrible time making myself get out of it.”