Bogles Round House

Bogles, Carriacou, Grenada | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B is located on Bogles, Carriacou.
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    Travel Blogs from Carriacou

    Day 121 - Cavalls blancs / White horses

    A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Dec 16, 2013

    20 photos

    ... Ens fa riure a tots!

    Més onades, més força del vent fins arribar a Union on en John i el patró van a comprar peix per sopar i fan també els tràmits del check out. Tornen amb peix, pa (res de la baguette aquella que deia) i un “lambi” o conc, aquella cargola de mar gegantina: diuen que els hi han donat la recepta de com fer-la. A veure què serà.

    Per dinar, l’Elena ens fa pasta ...

    Visitors, Back to Bequia and a Trip to Tobago Cays

    A travel blog entry by halcyon_daves on Jul 31, 2013

    3 photos

    ... games. On their day of arrival, the four of us had been to the Vermount nature trails (in search of parrots) with the same guide that had taken us up the volcano (an absolute player). It was a nice day out, where we were taught plenty more about the wildlife of st Vincent, but, apart from the fleeting bird in the distance and an energetic squawk, we didn't get a close look at any parrots, which was a shame. The journey home was interesting. We grabbed a dollar van with ...

    I wish my closer friends could see this place....

    A travel blog entry by larzonia on Jan 28, 2013

    ... fun and our boat went snorkeling and drinking. With no night life here it ended up being an early night for most all. And now today, we sit outside of the Island of Carriacou, which is part of Grenada, meaning we have to clear immigrations and all that. On a boat, you do that by anchoring and raising a yellow quarintine flag. Then the captains of each boat go ashore with all our passports to ...

    Pirates' Treasure

    A travel blog entry by jojotravels on Apr 18, 2012

    3 comments, 59 photos

    ... Yes, the real locals do eat iguana on some of the islands, in chunks, skin on, in a kind of consommé!! I couldn’t do it if it was a matter of life and death!

    We visited 3 of the uninhabited Cays, and my favourite was Petit Tabac, a real desert island featured in Pirates of the Caribbean films. Rumour has it that the wreckage on the beach here is part of a Russian space ship which never made it, discovered by none other than our lovely pirate Harris and as ...

    Carnival Time, Hot Summer,DONKEY WEDDING

    A travel blog entry by mikedolan on Nov 05, 2011

    3 comments, 74 photos

    ... the big fancy ones which you parade in and get judged. By working these two months, I was able to have my own costume and participate for free of charge. My brother, Jim, came to partake in the festifities. We rented a room at a guesthouse in town for two nights and had litle sleep. Town transformed in a atter of days by erecting bars through out the streets. They boarded up the windows and secured the gas pumps at ...