COOL,INTERSING,GOOD PLACE TO VIST
Reasons for people to vist St.Lucia
Saint Lucia was first inhabited by the peaceful Arawak Indians, but they were conquered by their old enemies, the fierce Caribs. Columbus navigator was the first European to discover Saint Lucia in 1499. Then the British came and in 1667 the French arrived. Saint Lucia was alternately British and French for the next 150 years, before it was finally ceded to the British in 1814.
It was once believed that Christopher Columbus, on his fourth voyage to the West Indies in 1502, was the first European to set foot on Lucia, but Historians are now almost certain that he never landed on the island.
St. Lucia has two airports: Hewanorra International Airport (UVF) near Vieux Fort Quarter and George F. L. Charles Airport (SLU) near Castries, formerly known as Vigie Airport.
Saint Lucia. 161,000. National or official language: English. Independent member of the British Commonwealth. Literacy rate: 54%. Information mainly from L. Carrington 1984; H. Simmons-McDonald 1994. Blind population: 2,276 (1991 census). Deaf population: 800 to 8,791. Deaf institutions: 1. The number of individual languages listed for Saint Lucia is 2. Of those, both are living languages.
ST.LUCIA NATIONAL LANGUAGE IS ENGLISH.
ST.LUCIA CITIES AND ITS CAPITAL.