Bogles Round House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... feel they are in a dead end trap with no real prospects for a better future. Who will they take their anger out on? Suddenly I see someone call me over. He's an older fellow with a scraggly beard and rasta dreds. He seems to be sincere in asking me to come over and play some music, so I accept. He then goes inside the house and brings out a guitar of his own. We take turns playing, then we try jamming together as we each share our original songs. His songs are ...
... and gardens charming and unique. In the towns people don't seem to care as much and a lot of the houses look pretty run down. I do find a shop that sells flip flops, which I need. I'm qouted a price and try to negotiate down a bit. The fellow gives me a funny look, "usually the price goes up for white people," He tells ...
Union Island, Mayreau and the Tobago Cays are three of the dozen+ islands that make up St. Vincent & The Grenadines. They're also some of the most special. We spent 3 days in Union Island, 6 days in Mayreau and 3 days in the Tobago Cays. The water in these areas is so clear it's easy to see over 50 ft deep.
Moments to remember:
- We hiked ...
... beans used to be exported by the sack full, but now they make the chocolate themselves and export it. It can be found, in Waitrose I am told!! Well the process is fascinating and the proof of the pudding is in the eating.... Wow!! It tantalised my taste buds!! Amazing silky aromatic flavour ! Washed down with cocoa tea, perfectly delicious. A few further samples were purchased to take back for the Captain. He didn't know that he will have to share ...
... a Grenada. Hi ha unes onades molt grans i un vent de 27 nusos. Hissem les veles i així aprofitem tota aquesta força per parar el motor. Anem a una velocitat de entre 8 i 10 nusos i sort que el catamarà és tan estable. Som tots a fora a coberta perquè ens toqui l’aire, en John mirant endavant. Es calma una mica quan arribem a Mopion, una illa de sorra, potser la més petita del món, que té una umbrela de palla. ...