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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    Travel Blogs from Great Inagua Island

    El Yanque

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on May 06, 2015

    ... Plus it is scorchop and very humid.

    El Yanque is a 575m high mountain. Nothing ground breaking, but it is supposed to offer good views form the top. Whilst hiking the 4km path (including wading a river which was just shy of ball height) we often stopped for the guide to point out fauna, and fruits of interest as well as animals. We saw a snake, some birds and several black millipeds with yellow rings that were maybe 6 inches long.

    The estimated hike ...

    Baracoa

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on May 05, 2015

    ... As such I only use them in situations which are not conducive to sleep. Like buses or aeroplanes. Plus you can sometimes wake up groggy. That's no big thing today as I'm straight on a bus. Needless to say I slept pretty well.

    On check out an English speaking girl was expecting $25 for the room. I said there was no way I'd pay $25. "Well usually it's $20 for the room and $5 for a breakfast." Just as well I didn't eat a breakfast then... (I didn't want to put any ...

    Short trip to Baracoa

    A travel blog entry by dan_suprtramp on Mar 24, 2015

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    ... basically is just a "cafe" where they only sell hot/cold chocolate (Ovomaltine is still better!) and which has some posters on the wall telling the story of the chocolate in Baracoa and therefore (?) making it a museum.
    For dinner I had the Baracoan "fish with leche de coco" - a delicious specialty for ...

    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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    ... and water from the pool was splashing all over. They had the net across the pool so there was no access early this morning, but later on they opened the pool up. It looked like people were having a blast with the large waves. Each time we went to the pool for me to warm up, there were plenty of lounges.

    We did another walk in the afternoon, had a new martini after our walk. Britta this one is for you: a raspberry martini! It ...