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The Helenites

The Helenites

The Helenites The Helenites were a popular Saint Lucian folk music group, led by Clement Springer. They were playing strong calypso and other caribbean music influences with several vocalists singing together. The Helenites were, along with The Hewanorra...

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Castries

Castries is the capital city of Saint Lucia[1] Castries was founded by the French in 1650 as "Carenage" (meaning safe anchorage), then renamed in 1756 after Charles Eugène Gabriel de La Croix, marquis de Castries, commander of a French expeditionary force...

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Typical Saint Lucia / Antan Lontan

Typical Saint Lucia / Antan Lontan

Christi Oil Castor/Palma Christi Oil :Carapate is a tropical oilseed shrub from the Caribbean whose seeds produce an oil that is very rich in essential fatty acids, vitamins and sterols. Carapate oil repairs and smoothes the hair scales and nourishes...

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Zagiyin story

Listen to one of the story tell to children Zagiyin story Once upon a time a mother who have five children: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. The mother's name is Saturday and the father's name is Sunday. The mother sent Monday pick up...

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Choiseul

Choiseul

"Many old maps of Saint Lucia show a place called Anse Citron where you would expect to see Choiseul. In English that means 'Lime Bay'. Perhaps the sailors who went ashore for food and water found limes growing there. This would have been an important...

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Laborie

Laborie

Laborie is a village on the south coast of Saint Lucia. The first inhabitants of the Laborie general area, migrating from South America around 1000 a.c., were probably the Arawak Amerindians. French colonials were probably the first to settle what is...

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