Bequia Beachfront Villas

Address: La Pompe, Friendship, Bequia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Caribbean | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on La Pompe, Friendship, is near Macaroni Beach, Salt Whistle Bay, Cotton House Beach, and Britannia Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Friendship

    1957 The Guy from Brooklyn

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 10, 2015

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    ... an older gentleman. "I'm from Brooklyn," he tells me proudly. "Lived most of my life here--but now I have my house here" he points to a house across the street.
    "I'll bet a house like that would cost a million dollars in Brooklyn" I comment
    "It's actually getting very expensive here--with all the retiring immigrants wanting to build and the shortage of building supplies" He tells me.
    We get to ...

    1955. High up the Mountains

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 10, 2015

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    ... certainly does not look like an overcrowded island, but rather a raw, unexplored jungleland. Next begins the long descent. Along the way there's a touristy site--a waterfall, but as I can see from the outside, it's not very impressive at all, so I decide to just continue on my way. Wallilabou has as it's claim to fame as being the site for some of the Pirates of the Caribbean filming. I can see why--if you want lush jungle mountains and coastline, this is the place to do ...

    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 ...

    1936 The Roadside Musicians (StV 008)

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 07, 2015

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    ... tells me. I don't know that that will happen... but I will always remember my jam session at at the soup stall in Calliaqua.... their generosity (they refuse to let me pay for my drink... the good natured interaction with the locals who pass (especially the ladies), which is suggestive but not harrassing... Just getting a real taste for the life of the common folk here in this ...

    The Cay to the Caribben

    A travel blog entry by skdude on Jun 09, 2014

    ... to pull into the safety of the reef. He was followed shortly by the park rangers who for all we knew could have been anyone collecting money to buy their next meal. However as we knew there was a park fee, we paid and they were on their way. For an additional fee you could have your rubbish taken away. In this national marine park no sewage or rubbish is meant to be deposited in the ocean. By and large this rule is adhered to very well and as a ...