St. Lucia is, as we call it, the heaven of the west. Barbados has beautiful beaches, but St. Lucia has so much more. We have white-sand beaches and black-sand beaches from the volcano, banana plantations, many waterfalls and rainforests. My tours are involved in the culture. For lunch, I will take them to this local restaurant called Fado's New Adventure. It's where all the locals and many taxi drivers eat. Get the fish curry or chicken curry in a local sauce. If I have tours from the city or to the city, I stop at Plas Kassav bakery. Right now [the owner] has created something called the Kassav drink. It's made from root plant. It's very common in St. Lucia. I sing our local songs to my people, tell them about our culture, share jokes with them, stop for a drink of Piton beers, local juice and local spiced rum. In 1992, I drove Prince Mahvi from Iran. He was a small, simple man. He was about 70 when I knew him. I had an old man and his son on a mud-bath tour, and the son and myself had to hold on to him down the steps to the bath. After entering the bath, the son went to the changing room. By the time he came back, the father was up the steps by himself — the son could not believe it. The mud bath makes you 10 years younger.