Sea Shells Holiday Apartments

Address: PO Box 242 BQ, Belmont, Bequia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Caribbean | Condo
 
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This condo, located on PO Box 242 BQ, Belmont, is near Dive Bequia, Salt Whistle Bay, Macaroni Beach, and Cotton House Beach.
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    Another All Nighter

    A travel blog entry by kerry.blackett on Jun 13, 2015

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    It was our last day in Bequia today so we made the most of the chilled atmosphere. We went down to the beach in the morning to catch some rays before getting breakfast at Keegans, where we were staying. It was a bit of a disappointment (yes, for once the food wasn't good!). We settled up and checked out then went up to Port Elizabeth to say goodbye to Jim's sister before getting the ferry back to mainland Saint Vincent.

    The ferry was pretty ...

    1947 In the Shadow of the Volcano

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 09, 2015

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    1 hr, 2 kms After Georgetown, the road gets very quiet. Once outside of the town I feel much safer. Any folks I meet out here will be simple, hard working farmers. This area does have a good bit of arable land near the coast and it actually feels underdeveloped--for a good reason. The last eruption was in 1979 and killed some 1,600 people. This was not only a tragic loss of life, but it also wiped out ...

    1935 The Exclusive Island

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 07, 2015

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    ... that is just a couple hundred yards off the coasts. This is the first time I see any real tourism here in St Vincent. It would be fun to go over--even though it's clearly nothing more than a tourist resort, but I'm told I have to be a resort guest to go there. Still a good spot for a video clip, and a glimpse at the "other", more artificial side of the Caribbean, that I'd kind of forgotten over these last couple of ...

    Bequia and Mustique

    A travel blog entry by wendy60 on Nov 04, 2014

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    ... flowers and set back were enormous opulent mansions belonging to rich foreigners. The coastline rugged and bayed, palm trees set back of the beach, giving it a very caribbean feel.
    The Sanctuary was on the beach and we were the first visitors of the day and so, had a really interesting talk and full attention of the turtle man. There were pools of the most gorgeous 1 week old baby hawksbills and larger ...

    One More Boat for the Regatta

    A travel blog entry by skdude on Jun 08, 2014

    ... been partying for the best part of the entire evening and somehow were still standing. The best feature of the party scene however was the water dance area. Wooden poles with holed tubing in a box shape spurting water out and soaking slow moving dancers. This was a taster of some of the madness that a full blown carnival would have.

    After sampling the delights of the island we hoisted the sail and made way for our next destination, Mayrou. ...