6 Things I Did in St. Lucia

📍Enjoyed the Natural Scenic Views of Gros Islet

Traveling to Saint Lucia was not necessarily in my plans, but God brought this opportunity my way during one of the most trying times of my life. During this time, I had experienced setback after setback, and was kind of in a fog of confusion and sorrow. This traveling opportunity came at just the right time to remind me that God’s grace is sufficient.

📍Booked a Resort-Style Vacation Home in Cap Estate

Now I must say, this resort-style vacation home in Cap Estate has to be one of the prettiest homes I’ve ever stayed in. This was a group trip, and from the bedroom balcony overlooking the pool, to the beautiful views of the mountain tops from our windows, this place was just magical.

📍Traveled to Castries to Enjoy the Waterfalls

I’ve visited Niagra Falls in Toronto, CA to see waterfalls before, but this waterfall in Castries was so beautiful mainly because we were able to swim in the waters beneath it. We had the opportunity to travel to this side of the island, meet some locals, and enjoy more views.

📍Visited the Holy Family Children’s Center Orphanage

I really enjoyed this part of the trip because it allowed our group to make special connections with children. At the Holy Family Children’s Center, we got some time to read the children books, play some games, and join in on prayer.

📍Visited Local Bars & Restaurants like Spice of India and Thirsty Parrots

As a vegan, what I love the most about traveling abroad is the opportunity to taste local food (which is usually organic). A few places we checked out while on the island were Spice of India and Thirsty Parrots Bar & Grill. I love me some island food!

📍Lounged by the Beach near Pigeon Island National Park

I really tried my best to enjoy this trip. As I stated at the beginning of this blog post, I was having a tough year, and this trip gave me evidence that God was still there. This trip gave me hope again.

“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”

Jeremiah 29:11

Thank you for reading!

I hope this travel diary gave you a sense of what it’s like to travel to Saint Lucia. As a result of traveling and documenting this trip on social media, I was able to receive future opportunities to travel around the world (for free).

Click the button below to expand your scope and knowledge of what it can look for you if you build and monetize your brand online💫

Checkout My Previous Posts ⇊

  • How I Created 7 Streams of Revenue

    How I Created 7 Streams of Revenue

    My story is not that of luck, but of purpose. Have you ever had a dream or a vision so big that it required your whole effort? Well, if so, you’re in the right place! Let’s explore how I created 7 streams of revenue online. 📍Branding Basics In case you’re new here, I’m an entrepreneur […]

    READ MORE


  • Female Solo Traveler in Las Vegas

    Female Solo Traveler in Las Vegas

    Have you ever been solo traveling before? It’s one of my favorite pastimes. I love having the opportunity to go exploring, and this trip to Vegas was one of those experiences… 📍Traveling to Las Vegas with Allegiant Airlines 📍The Eiffel Tower Restaurant One of the first places I was excited to visit in Vegas was […]

    READ MORE


  • Brand Trip to Jamaica as an Influencer

    Brand Trip to Jamaica as an Influencer

    📍Flight into Ocho Rios, Jamaica Next stop, Ocho Rios, Jamaica! This trip to Jamaica marks my first international trip with a sponsored company. To be very honest with you, I am writing this blog post not just to encourage you, but to remind myself of what God did. You see, this was a trying year […]

    READ MORE


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s