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expat living in St Lucia

Podiatrist moving to St Lucia

Postby esource2003 » Wed 16 Apr 2008 16:59 GMT

Hi my name is patrick and I am thinking of moving to St Lucia to Choiseul I stayed there last year and have been doing due diligence on the area. I have spoken to the health minster last Sept also in relation to setting up a Physical therapy centre also. Could anyone supply me with more information on the area, cost of land (looking for around 2 acres) and just what you think about a physical therapy centre/sport injury clinic coming there.


You can also emails me if you like with a vast wealth of information. all appreciated
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Postby samharris » Mon 15 Sep 2008 18:04 GMT

Hello Patrick!!

I have just stumbled across this site as I have been looking for info on living in St.Lucia. I am actually moving to Rodney Bay in 3 weeks - Oct 3rd 2008 - to work at Bayside Physiotherapy Clinic.
Are you living in St.Lucia already?
Sam :D
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Thinking of moving to St Lucia

Postby terrybent » Tue 28 Oct 2008 17:21 GMT

Hi I currently live in Barbados, where I moved 4 years ago, and am thinking of a change! Are there many ex pat Brits in St Lucia, how are they received and does anyone know if the majority tourists are Brits and North Americans? Thanks
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British Expats living in St Lucia

Postby Angel Face » Mon 11 May 2009 12:47 GMT

Hi all,

I moved to St Lucia 1 week ago. I'm living in Rodney Bay with my fiance who is working as a Quantity Surveyor in Castries. I am a lady of leisure until I can sort out a work permit and find employment. If anyone fancies braving the weather to meet up sometime let me know. It would be great to meet some others expats.

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Brief Hiatus

Postby lottie375 » Mon 10 Aug 2009 00:03 GMT

hey all,
Haven't been on here for a while. Didn't realise this thread had got quite long!

Congrats to those of you that have just moved over here - it's nice to know there are other expats around here somewhere!!

AngelFace - How are you finding life here? I normally come up to Castries a couple of times a month (at least if not more) - If you fancy meeting up for a coffee someplace, let me know.

terrybent - I read somewhere (sorry, can't remember where!) a while ago that there are about 1500 expats in St Lucia..even now I've only seen a few around the south, expats normally live around Rodney Bay/Castries/Gros Islet area. It's a close call as to whether the majority of tourists are brits or americans, I don't think it's more of one than the other. HTH?
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Postby xysafx » Thu 5 Jan 2012 17:56 GMT

hi, im desperate to get more info on moving out to the island, if any of you fancy a chat then i'd be gratefull!!
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expat living in St Lucia

Postby Peterdoome » Sun 10 Sep 2017 19:20 GMT


Did a search and couldn't find anything. Looking for information on renting a car in St. Lucia. Most appear to be at the other end of the island which is about an hour and a half away from the airport. We're staying at Bay Gardens Beach Resort, which is near most of the rental agencies offices. Found a bunch on line; anyone have any insight?

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