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St.Lucia - Don't want to miss anything!!

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Hello fellow travelers,
My husband and I recently had a baby and will be getting away for the first time in the beginning of May 2016 (baby will be 6 months). We plan on visiting St.Lucia for 5 days. We want a mix of relaxing and adventurous for this getaway. I know 5 days is a short amount of time so I don't want to miss anything that is a must-see!!

For those of you who have been to St.Lucia, please advise on what to see. I would like to start building a rough itinerary. We are young (mid-twenties) so we like to have fun (maybe an adult only hotel with some entertainment), but nothing crazy - no nightclubs or anything. We LOVE great food. I enjoy a nice beach but it isn't vital if there is a nice pool. It would make things easier if it was an all-inclusive but, also, not a must.

Thanks in advanced, more questions are welcome.

Olga

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