After working at the finish for the ARC transatlantic Rally, the flight home was from the very southern tip of the Island.
The journey by car takes ages, as the roads are not too good, & there are lots of mountains to cross.
A far better idea was to fly there by helicopter - nice!
I managed to persuade the pilot too that he should fly round the Pitions, St Lucia's most famous landmarks.
The two mountains stick out the sea about 2,500 feet & are recognisable world wide.