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Take a walk on the chocolate side in St. Lucia

SOUFRIERE, SAINT LUCIA - MARCH 07:  Prince Cha...Image by Getty Images via @daylife
Lincoln Courier: "St. Lucia, the most mountainous Caribbean island, is known for the beauty of its flora and fauna. This includes two volcanic rock formations, the Pitons, as well as Sulfur Springs, where the latest volcanic action occurred a mere two years ago.

Aside from the beauty of the hummingbirds and multi-colored bougainvillea, there’s a hidden gem within this land that is part of the Lesser Antilles, and it involves royalty. Royal Highness Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Parker-Bowles, know about this chocolate spot, called The Fond Doux Holiday Plantation in Soufriere."
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