Walkine's Guest House

Address: Gregory St., Great Inagua Island, Out Islands, Bahamas | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Gregory St., Great Inagua Island.
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    A Private Island Experience

    A travel blog entry by bruinz on Feb 27, 2015

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    ... what once was colonial Hispaniola. There are multiple beaches nestled around various coves all within walking distance very accessible from the ship. We chose Barefoot Beach and were able to score a couple of chairs and a canopy for the day. Lunch was included - a nice BBQ with salads and fresh fruit - complete with local Haitian music. The weather continues to be ...

    Day 7 Sea Day En route to Santa Domingo

    A travel blog entry by luv2cruise on Jan 17, 2015

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    ... br> Lunch again was in the Lido with huge salads. Today they had fried chicken, corned beef and bbq ribs. Rich had the ribs and chicken, and I had the chicken and beef.

    We had an easy, leisurely day, going up to the pool deck to catch some rays. I do not know why, but the ship seems cool to me. I need to sit in the sun to get warm. We noticed that even though the seas are calm, the pool acts like it is in a tsunami. The waves ...

    Baracoa - Cuban paradise

    A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Jan 09, 2015

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    ... travel buddy Olivia as we got on our "mini bus" with 13 other people and sat uncomfortably for 5 hours waiting to see what Baracoa would bring. The journey was a long one but took us through some nice jungle scenery and passed the turquoise coloured coast. The buss had a diverse group of travelers who like us all missed out on the last tickets for the big bus. With a family from Italy, 2 girls from Czech Republic, 2 Germans, 2 people from the Netherlands, 1 Swedish ...

    Oldest Town In Cuba

    A travel blog entry by ebzh on Jul 08, 2014

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    A quick one here, just more to show you some photos. Baracoa is famous because is the oldest city in Cuba but well, that's all really. Nothing too special in terms of architecture to be honest so I won't talk much about it. Some "fresher" air and quieter time with 2 Swedish sisters, a big day
    in a national park and that was it ...

    Day 10 of Cuba tour - Baracoa to Mexico via Havana

    A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 24, 2014

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    ... hotel. It was very short with sea at either end. No plane had arrived or taken off in the 2 days we had been there, but that is because apparently flights only come in 2 days a week. A large black helicopter had been parked there and was still there when we disembarked. A rag tag crowd of locals had gathered as well as a number of obvious tourists like us. The locals come to try and get standby seats. I didn't take any photos as there were two army types ...