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L-Ivrogne Destination Guide

Explore L-Ivrogne in Saint Lucia.

L-Ivrogne in the region of Soufrière is a town in Saint Lucia - some 14 mi (or 23 km) South of Castries, the country's capital city.

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Current time in L-Ivrogne is now 06:57 AM (Monday). The local timezone is named "America / St Lucia" with an UTC offset of -4 hours. Depending on the availability of means of transportation, these more prominent locations might be interesting for you: Bridgetown, Fort-de-France, Port of Spain, Basseterre, Roseau or Barrouallie. Since you are here already, make sure to check out Soufriere, River Doree, Piaye, Malgretoute, L-Ivrogne and Bongalo. We encountered some videos in the web. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.


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Videos

Jade Mountain JC5 tour

06:27 min ( June 19, 2010 by phinole)
Views: 2,115 - Rating: 5/5

A tour of the entire Sun sanctuary "JC5" at Jade Mountain. This is by far the best vacation experience I've ever had

Snake Attack!! Watch me almost get choke...

03:05 min ( October 10, 2010 by julienjp)
Views: 3,403 - Rating: 5/5

Here is a video from a recent trip to st.lucia. We had stopped at the side of the road to get some snacks. You know fresh fruit like mangoes, bananas, and other stuff like water and juice. My mother s...


St Lucia - Driving

02:20 min ( January 07, 2009 by Resortastic)
Views: 3,506 - Rating: 5/5

Some more driving in St. Lucia in the Daihatsu Terios

St Lucia - Ladera - Room Tour - 2008 12...

09:43 min ( February 20, 2009 by Resortastic)
Views: 2,550 - Rating: 5/5

A tour of our Hilltop Dream Suite X4 at Ladera in St. Lucia


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Interesting facts about this location

Gros Piton

Gros Piton is one of two mountains south of the town Soufrière in the southwest of Saint Lucia. Lying at the southern end of Pitons Bay, it rises to a height of 786 m (2619 ft). It is the second highest peak on Saint Lucia, after Mount Gimie. The mountain was a refuge to the escaped slaves at some point -- the steep slopes made it an easily defensible position.

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Located at 13.8, -61.07 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 0 mi away.
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Pitons

The Pitons are two volcanic plugs in a World Heritage Site in Saint Lucia. The Gros Piton is 771 m, and the Petit Piton is 743 m high; they are linked by the Piton Mitan ridge.

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Located at 13.8, -61.07 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 1 mi away.
Tags:Mountains of Saint Lucia, Volcanic plugs, Volcanoes of Saint Lucia, World Heritage Sites in Saint Lucia

Choiseul, Saint Lucia

Choiseul was originally known as Anse Citron, and an independent parish was established in 1765. In 1769 a census was done and recorded 75 whites, 25 free coloured, 512 negroes and 69 estates in Choiseul. However, most activity was originally in the River Dorée area, south-east of Choiseul. An Anglican church at River Dorée was built in 1846 and the first school was opened in 1848.

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Located at 13.8, -61.07 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 2 mi away.
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Choiseul Quarter

Choiseul is a Quarter of the Caribbean island nation of Saint Lucia. Located on the southwestern side of the island, the quarter is home to 6,174 people, according to the 2002 census. http://www. stats. gov. lc/pop22. htm The main city of the Quarter of Choiseul goes by the same name, and is located at {{#invoke:Coordinates|coord}}{{#coordinates:13|47|N|61|02|W||| | |name= }}.

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Located at 13.8, -61.07 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 3 mi away.
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Laborie

Laborie is a village on the south coast of Saint Lucia. It was originally called l'Islet a Caret after the Loggerhead sea turtles that were found in the area. The name Laborie is named after Baron de Laborie who was the French governor of Saint Lucia from 1784-1789. At that time the village had a population of 712. The French introduced large estates to the island and after the British took control of the island in 1814, many French landowners remained on their estates.

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Located at 13.8, -61.07 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 6 mi away.
Tags:Towns in Saint Lucia